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Google surprised us this afternoon with a redesign of its Chrome for iOS, in the form of the browser’s version 40. Yes, 40. For those who regularly use Chrome on their Macs, this is a major leap forward, as Mountain View has…

Google Chrome – Applesfera
Google Chrome – Applesfera

Read more ” 12CommentsMiguel López20 January 2015, 19:53Applications iOS

It is no surprise to anyone that Google has a robust service platform that seeks to have a presence in the largest number of systems, so they never leave aside alternative developments as is the case of Apple’s platforms and its…

Read more ” 19commentsRaúl Álvarez13 January 2015, 01:22Applications macOS

Many of you enter Apple using Google Chrome, almost all of you with the stable version. But we have an important new feature in the Canary developer channel, where new features are tested before they are released to the…

Read more ” 12commentsMiguel López05 August 2014, 18:40Applications macOS

Hiding web addresses completely is not the only feature Google is testing for its browser: the latest version of Chrome Canary allows users, from within the OS X Finder itself, to open files from the…

Read more ” 3CommentsMiguel López09 May 2014, 19:45IOS Applications

Google’s applications and services increasingly have Chrome as a common denominator, with the clear goal of giving Chrome OS more advantages as the operating system of choice for the general user. It seems that this will also affect…

Read more ” 26commentsMiguel López04 December 2013, 14:25Applications iOS

One week after its presentation at the Google IO 2013, Google has updated the Chrome browser to support its new conversational search system. This means that in addition to being able to perform simple voice searches, in theory…

Read more ” 11CommentsMiguel Michán22 May 2013, 18:00IOS Applications

Google doesn’t want to get too distracted after the initial push of the Chrome for iOS launch, and has updated the browser to add the options to share the web we’re seeing through social networks or email…

Read more ” 7commentsMiguel López23 August 2012, 11:00Curiosities

Chrome was by no means the first alternative browser to reach iOS, but it is the first that can impact on the market share of Safari on terminals using Apple’s mobile system. That’s why…

Read more ” 63commentsMiguel López16 August 2012, 18:02

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