Google Chrome Update For iOS Adds Handoff Support, Material Design And More, Download Now
Chrome has been left in a state of rest for a long while now while recently, Google launched a classy update for the iOS users which brought with it a complete new look and feel. The Chrome browser for iOS just received a whole new UI with a completely redesigned Material Design along with some new features. Carry on reading below for more detailed review to see what more changes have been a part of this update.
The Chrome Update Supports Handoff and A completely New UI and Fluid Material Design – Download From iTunes
As its being labeled with its version number, Chrome 40 has been an inheritor to a major reformat overhaul for the iOS users bringing a more plain looking elements in the Material Design category along with a refurbished user interface. The graphics are now sharp and the apps are smooth with neat motion animatronics along with tangible surfaces to match a more like Android Lollipop know-how.
Google with the Chrome update has focused on optimization and improvements with the iOS 8 handling system particularly, which has specifically resulted the Handoff feature across iOS and OS X. you do realize what this means, right? It means iOS users are now able to continue where they left off at the Chrome app using the inborn Safari or any other built in browser. Reportedly, Google has also said that the Chrome app is also optimized for larger iOS devices, by which their emphasis is clearly upon iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. As usual, there have also been stability improvements made as well as minor bug fixes. As for the iPad users, all-new individual distinct designs have been supported so you don’t have to feel left out.
We have seen the update of Chrome almost a month back, which introduced a completely redesigned Material Design with Apple’s full support of its smartphones. However, the update was due not because of the design but for the deficiency of a congregation of new features and the user interface enhancements.
With that being said, the Google’s giant search engine app has been dropped at the iTunes store for your convenience. Hence, still, if you find any bug or crash of the updated app, do inform Google, for as they say, ‘’Known issues are available on the Chrome support site. If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug.’’
You can download Chrome for iOS from the App Store or Tunes.