Google releases Chrome and Drive for iOS
Who said that Google's I/O conference isn't an important event for iOS users? Google just announced that it's adding iOS support to its Drive cloud storage service and Chrome web browser.
Google Drive is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch running iOS 5 or later and gives users 5 GB of free storage with the option to expand it for a fee. It will also boast the offline editing feature we just told you about.
Google Chrome will be available to iPhone and iPad users running their devices on iOS 4.3 or later. It still hasn't debuted at the App Store, but Google said that should happen later today. The app supports Chrome sync so that if you're using Chrome on your desktop computer too, you'll have all your bookmarks, searches, etc. with you on your iDevice. This should help boost that impressive number of active users even further.
- aditya das
hai,,,,,,,,,,,,,,myself raj this is my opinion,for all of new generation that do not use facebook daily life becase this is so funny or stupid thing---raj
- 2012-07-01 20:09
- Jay Q.
Installed Chrome for iOS checked my user-agent and it's running Safari. I knew kinda thought that would be the case since the apple app policy says you can't create an app that competes with built in apple apps. so this is really just safari wit...
- 2012-06-30 17:48
- Jay Q.
Latest reports say 19% of mobile browsing is with mobile safari. So Google wants to some of Apple's pie. If they can get users hooked on Chrome services (bookmark synching, etc) they'll get the user to use Chrome on the desktop or maybe even g...
- 2012-06-30 17:34