Google’s Chrome web browser for iOS has received a new update, bringing with it a new visual appearance and some useful features.
The app now bears Google’s Material Design look, making it look quite similar to the company’s own Android 5.0 Lollipop. As Google says, users now get the benefit of Google’s “bold graphics, fluid motion, and tactile surfaces,” within the application. The update also makes the app optimised for Apple’s iOS 8 and its new range of larger screened smartphones.
Thanks to this update, Chrome for iOS supports Apple’s handoff feature. This enables browser users to handoff webpages to their default browser on Apple’s OS X desktop operating system. This could be useful if you need to see a webpage in greater detail.
The Google Chrome update is now available for iOS users on the App Store.