Google Chrome for iOS has been updated with some new enhancements, including fullscreen mode, printing, and the normal stability improvements and bug fixes. iPhone users can activate the new fullscreen mode by scrolling down through a page, causing the toolbar to disappear. The toolbar will reappear when you scroll back up. Fullscreen mode does not appear to be available for the iPad at this time.
Users can now print from both the iPad and iPhone versions of Chrome using either Google Cloud Print or AirPrint. Simply tap the menu in Chrome and select “Print...” and you will be given a list of options. If you select Google Could Print, in addition to being given a list of available printers, you will also have the option to save the page to your Google Drive as a PDF.
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