Google launched its Chrome v40 browser for iOS devices on Tuesday with some new features and its chromatic material design.
The newly released version of Google Chrome for iPhone and iPad models also includes the Handoff feature which made its first introduction with iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite. Handoff is the ability to pick up your work where you left off when switching between iOS and OS X devices. The feature in Chrome v40 will let iOS users transfer their tabs from iOS devices to their default web browser on an OS X system, and vice versa.
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Along with Google's Material Design that first came out as a part of Android 5.0 Lollipop in October, the latest Chrome browser is also optimised for iOS 8 and larger phones especifically, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Some stability improvements and bug fixes are also included in the update.
Google is currently busy working on more features for Chrome browser for mobile devices. The Chrome push notifications feature for developers is also in the queue and will be released soon as many more updates will sent via Google Play Store.
Google also launched the Chrome Remote Desktop for iOSearlier this month. The app allows user to control their computer through their iOS device.
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