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How to make Google Chrome your default iOS browser with BrowserChooser for iPhone or iPad  [jailbreak]

How to make Google Chrome your default iOS browser with BrowserChooser for iPhone or iPad [jailbreak]

BrowserChooser is a jailbreak tweak available from Cydia that will let you set Google Chrome for iOS as you default iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad browser -- something Apple won't let you do. Here's how to install BrowserChooser and make Chrome your new default web browser. How to install and set...
Google Chrome for iPhone and iPad review

Google Chrome for iPhone and iPad review

Earlier today, Google announced and then rapidly released Google Chrome for iPhone and iPad, leaving many of us screaming "finally!" Google Chrome is a very popular -- the most popular, according to Google -- web browser for Mac and PC. It lets you keep bookmarks, tabs, logins and more synced...
Google Chrome browser for iPhone, iPad in App Store now!

Google Chrome browser for iPhone, iPad in App Store now!

At Google I/O 2012 today, Google announced they'll be bringing their Chrome web browser to the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Today. Now in fact. Free - Download now Before anyone gets too excited, however, it's important to remember that alternate local web browsers on iOS all have to use...
Did you hear the one about Chrome for iOS?

Did you hear the one about Chrome for iOS?

Earlier today an analyst published a claim that Google would be making Chrome for iOS (iPhone and iPad) and would market it extensively, and basically bring the desktop browser wars to mobile. He didn't claim any sources to go with, anonymous or otherwise, or any leaked information. Now Google...
Chrome for Android vs. Safari for iPhone: Browser shootout

Chrome for Android vs. Safari for iPhone: Browser shootout

Google has just released the too-long-in-coming Chrome for Android browser, and Phil from Android Central wasted no time loading it up on his Galaxy Nexus, and putting it up against an iPhone 4S running Safari, for a classic head-to-head, phono-e-phono, Mobile Nations browser showdown video....
Apple vs. Google ads: What are they selling?

Apple vs. Google ads: What are they selling?

Apple's latest ad wants you to buy a $500+ tablet computer that runs App Store apps. Apple wants to sell you shiny things to make money. Google's latest ad wants you to store personal details about your child's life, from birth, on their servers. Google wants your data so they can sell it (...
Dear Google: removing H.264 support from Chrome is kinda evil

Dear Google: removing H.264 support from Chrome is kinda evil

Google has recently announced that they're removing H.264 -- the video compression open standard used by everything from iPad and iPhone to YouTube and Netflix -- from their Chrome browser. Up until now Google has been the only company to support all the major video codecs, including H.264, OGG...
Daily tip: How to send data from your desktop with Chrome to iPhone

Daily tip: How to send data from your desktop with Chrome to iPhone

Use Google's Chrome browser on your Mac or Windows PC and wish you could easily transfer data on to your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad? Well thanks to a Chrome Extension you can and we'll show you how after the break! Chrome to iPhone is a little extension that sits in the upper right hand...
TiPb TV 03: iPhone Case vs. Naked

TiPb TV 03: iPhone Case vs. Naked

Should you go around with a naked iPhone or do you need a case? If you do need a case, what kind should you get? That's a question we get asked all the time and it's the topic for the third episode of our new, conversational video podcast, TiPb TV. Rene and I discuss the pros and cons of bare...

iPhone 4 Safari vs. Blackberry Torch 9800 WebKit -- Browser Battles

iPhone 4 vs. BlackBerry Torch 9800 vs Captivate browser test CrackBerry Kevin decided to put the brand new BlackBerry Torch 9800's brand new BlackBerry OS 6 WebKit browser up against iPhone 4's iOS 4 Safari and Captivate's Android 2.1 Chrome in a good, old-fashioned browser battle royal. The...
Google to Launch "Chrome" Open Source WebKit-based Browser

Google to Launch "Chrome" Open Source WebKit-based Browser

The intertubes are positively being flooded with what has to be some of the biggest browser news since Apple debuted MobileSafari on the iPhone: Google is getting in the game. The advertising juggernaut has revealed that they'll soon be releasing "Chrome" (Beta), built on the same Apple-...

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