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If we say there are relationships that kill, I don’t know what to say about what Apple and Google are up to. And best of all, it seems that the consumer is the beneficiary of this battle. To show what just happened. Chrome, Google’s proprietary browser has just been made compatible with iOS.
The bomb just went off a few minutes ago. And this time I’m not going to beat around the bush. Google Chrome , the browser owned by the guys from Mountain View, is now compatible with all devices in the iOS ecosystem .
It was unexpected, not at least this way, this fast. And it is that after the tensions that exist between the two companies , increased with the decision of Apple to dispense with the maps of Google , the latter has counterattacked if it can be called so , introducing which Trojan horse in the enemy field one of its star applications that until now was exclusive to the green android.
Chrome , the popular browser on laptops is on its way to taking the top spot from Internet Explorer , comes with several new features for iPhone and iPad users. It features a new and carefully designed interface , the incognito mode for private browsing and a little gem that I consider indispensable for enjoying the internet on the move: automatic synchronisation of our favourites and tabs on each and every device where we have Chrome installed. As a Chrome user in Android, I can assure you that it is something that has no waste.
Google says it’s available on the App Store at the end of the day, so we’ll keep you posted . I can’t wait to try it out. When we installed it we found a browser that allows multiple tabs, and has a very high loading speed. Unfortunately, it still uses the Safari Mobile engine and not the WebKit version of the desktop Chrome. It was presented on the second day of the IO Conference. And best of all, the news has only just begun.