Soon, Chrome browser to be available on iPad, iPhone
Added On:6/29/2012 10:02:00 AM
Seems, Google is in full mood to give its rivals a tough competition in nearly every field. According to a latest update, Chrome, the world’s top Internet browser would now be available on Apple’s remarkable products including iPhone and iPad.
It is reportedly said that Apple Inc has finally granted access to its arch rival Google’s popular web-surfing app to its devices. .
Trusted sources informed our team, at Google's annual I/O developer conference held in San Francisco, a Google executive has made an official announcement regarding the same.
Launched in 2008, Chrome browser overtook Microsoft’s Internet Explorer in May as the world's most popular web browser. Presently, Chrome has 310 million "active" users.
The tech giant is yet to reveal what sort of features, Chrome will be bringing to the forefront for Apple products. But it is expected that most of the Chrome features that are known and appreciated by users shall be making its way onto iPhone and iPad.
However, Chrome’s translation and compatibility to Apple devices remains uncertain.
It is worth noticing, Google is making this move after realizing the increasing popularity of Chrome.
Market watchers added, if Chrome turns out to be a hit on Apple's mobile devices, it could help boost Google's profits further.
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