UPDATE: Google Chrome browser for iPhone is now out. You can download it directly from Apple’s app store here.
So it’s the second day of world’s most awaited developers conference, yes the Google I/O Event 2012. Yesterday being the first day brought to us some hardware as well as software upgrades. Google unveiled its Nexus 7 tablet, and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean yesterday, and so far Google has been driving us nuts with lovable updates and tech. news. The latest from Google’s I/O Event confirms that Google is all set to unveil its Chrome browser for iOS, which will be available for general public really soon.
We know how successful Google’s Chrome browser is for Desktop, tablet and Android devices. Definitely, Google Chrome has become the widely used web-browser all over the world. Google has decided to expand this status to a new mobile device platform, yes the much awaited Google Chrome for iOS. The browser will be first available for Apple’s iPhone and iPad and will later come to iPod Touch as well, as confirmed by our sources in the event.
While this is another step from Google towards bringing Chrome near the status of being called world’s most preferred browser, true to the meaning, there has been no other efficient browser in the market so far. Earlier, we were happy with Mozilla Firefox, but the recent year statistics reveal that Google Chrome has over-thrown Firefox in the long run.
With a standard sync functionality, you could simply share your bookmarks and settings between your computers, tablets and mobile devices as well now. Chrome’s availability on Apple’s iOS is a bigger than thought step from Google, since iOS platform constitutes for a good number when talking about mobile operating systems worldwide.
We are happy with Google’s decision of finally bringing the much awaited browser to iOS. Let us know your views via the comments section below. For more, keep subscribed.