Google updates Chrome for iOS to fix audio bug

Google pushed out a fix to their Chrome for iOS browser to fix an audio bug. That looks to be about all there is to it, so if you use Chrome on your iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, go grab it.

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2 Comments
  • What was the bug?
  • I believe it had to do with video played from within Chrome being at a really low volume - i.e., at max device volume, you'd still have to put the phone speaker to your ear. At least that was my experience prior to this update.