Just like Firefox, Chrome is rocketing through version numbers as though they were going out of fashion. Although Google’s foray into the world of web browsers for iPhone and iPad is fairly recent, Chrome for iOS has already made its way to version 21. The latest release is a relatively minor one, but there is still one feature that brings the browser in line with other more socially aware apps.
The big news in this release is the addition of new sharing options. Found a web site that you think your friends will love? There is no need to copy and paste the URL into an email as there are now new sharing options built directly into the app. A new popup menu lets you share pages through Google+, Facebook, Twitter or via email.
While this may seem like a fairly inconsequential addition to the app, it makes sharing much quicker and easier. Other changes sees problems with blank pages appearing in Incognito mode addressed and other issues that have been reported by users have also been fixed.
Other changes that have been made to the app are mostly bug fixes and performance improvements. Problems with sync sign in are now accompanied by ‘more actionable’ error messages and problems with language detection during the welcome tour have also been addressed.
You can find out more and download a free copy of the app by paying as visit to the Chrome for iOS review page.