Google announces Chrome for iPhone and iPad Video
Google announces Chrome for iPhone and iPad Video Transcript
Some of you have been very persistently asking for one thing in particular. And before we agree to do it we wanted to make sure that we did an excellent talent. I'm very happy to say that the team has really pulled something carried out. So. People are wondering what -- I'm talking about people have been asking you've been asking to use Chrome. On your iPhone. -- So I'm happy to announce. That -- today com we'll be rolling out the apps -- But I give you sneak preview now. Here's Chrome on my home state. Launches and it should look very familiar -- -- -- you -- -- column and another device before -- come on Android. -- Chrome look to see it's -- omni box up top it behaves just like it expected to. You can open tabs and -- as many tabs as you like. You can flick through them easily quickly it's -- silky smooth experience really -- Can select the one you're looking for. You can even. Close tabs -- us with -- quick swipe. And you can even swap tabs without having go to the switch or just by dragging from the side. Makes browsing the web on your iPhone really fun. But while we're -- -- we figured -- -- there might Islam for the iPad two. So. Previously -- of that as well. Here's home from home screen of my iPad. Once it. You can see -- but the tabs a pocket just like we did on the nexus seven got a little more space to work with it makes multitasking easier. Got a bunch of tabs -- here -- considers it a pile up and got a few too many open -- mutual but I can just push them out of the way to get to the one I'm looking for. It's a really nice overflows solution when you've got a lot of tabs. -- sync everything is here so you can see -- got my bookmarks from my desktop. And anything I'm looking for and only other devices are here so you can see everything I've done today. You can see I've got -- -- restaurant pages open on my iPhone. You can see my nexus seven where I was looking at food over my lunch you can see this all the paper's query which had backed up from. On the vocal on -- site to work I did today. Looks like it and get much worked on and off. And you can see all those pages ahead of my MacBook Pro this morning of a practice. In case I wanna pick up where I left off with one on this -- -- I'll just have to. Finished reading the news and a -- here everything just works across devices. But in this case. Looks like any plug. Well it's not a problem my credentials -- sync across machines even though I've never used in New York Times on this device before never -- them. I can just Apple again because I'm signed and my credentials -- -- auto filled. -- -- -- -- Okay. Now one more feature before I quit. -- cotton -- -- in -- my heart. The team did a great job with -- -- here you can see it works just they'd expected to from other computers. You can toggle between regular -- and cut -- windows just by tapping there. And I hope you'll find that using in Toledo and -- touch device is a great experience. Think you -- expected. --
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