Google has pushed an update to its Chrome browser for iPhone and iPad, making it nearly 70 percent more stable as well as much faster. The browser now uses Apple's latest rendering engine, WKWebView, which provides an overall better experience on the iPad and iPhone. In addition, you'll notice Spotlight integration and redesigned icons on the New Tab page. From Google's post:
You can grab the latest, and most stable Chrome for iPhone from the App Store now.
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