Today at Google I/O, the search giant announced and later released the Chrome browser for iOS devices. It’s available on the App Store for free, alongside Google Drive, the company’s cloud storage service. Chrome for iOS is supported on both the iPhone and iPad, and we tried it out on both devices. It’s safe to say that you can almost replace Safari.
Almost, because iOS requires that Safari is the default browser, so any links opened outside of Chrome will open in Safari. However, Chrome’s features are exceptional, and make it a far better browser for general use than Safari on the mobile platform.