Announced at this year I/O event.
The app is now available for iOS 4.3 and higher devices. Supports Chrome sync, but, uses the same iOS WebKit as Safari.
At this year Google I/O, the company announced Chrome for iOS (for iPhone and iPad).
Well, however, it looks like its using the iOS WebKit...
Regardless, with the Sync feature, it could be a nice addition if you use Chrome in your PC.But while Chrome fans will be pleased with the app's ability to sync tabs between their computers, Android devices, and now iOS devices, they will likely also be disappointed in the fact that Chrome's back-end is exactly the same as Mobile Safari's.
That's right: Chrome for iOS is based on the iOS WebKit, and as such, performance won't be much different than what Apple already offers—in fact, it's slower.
The browser is now available on the App Store. Check it out below!
NEWS SOURCE #1: Chrome for iOS review syncing is great but still just a webkit wrapper (via) ArsTechnica
NEWS SOURCE #2: Chrome (via) Apple App Store
Our thanks to 'Gauss' for this news item!