Google has officially outed a brand new version of its Chrome web browser for Apple’s iPad and iPhone during the second day of its I/O developers conference.
The long-awaited app aims to unify the browsing experience across multiple desktop computers, laptops, smartphones and tablets.
Sundar Pichai, Senior Vice President of Chrome & Apps at Google says “our goal is to offer you a consistent, personalized web experience across all devices.”
When users sign into the browser on their devices, opened tabs are automatically synched, so you can start browsing on your desktop and pick up where you left off on your mobile device.
During I/O, Google also announced that it had ripped off the “beta” tag from its Chrome for Android browser. Chrome for Android was first released in February this year and is the native browser on Google’s brand new Nexus 7 tablet.
Chrome for iOS is available in the App Store now as a free download.