Google Chrome, the popular multi-platform web browser that was just released for Google Android yesterday, has just come to Apple’s popular iOS platform. The application brings its own form of the WebKit rendering engine different from the one bundled with iOS, making this more than just a wrapper for Safari as most other web browsers on the App Store are.
Google Chrome for iOS supports all iOS 4 and up devices, including the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Included is Google’s unique browser sync feature which syncs bookmarks, tabs, history, and more between different devices.
One thing missing from the iOS release that’s featured in the Android version is the ability to make Chrome the default browser on the device. This, however, is more of a limitation of iOS itself than Google Chrome.
Google Chrome for iOS is available on the Apple App Store now.