Google just after Mozilla launched its final version of Firefox web browser for iOS, has also rolled out Chrome beta for the same platform through TestFlight, which is a beta distribution service acquired by Apple last year and integrated into its own developer services. However, this Chrome beta for iOS isn’t officially announced by Google as beta release, but iPhone, iPad and iPod touch device owners can sign-up for the latest and download the beta when visiting Google’s Chrome beta download page on iOS.
What’s new in Google Chrome beta for iOS? The main features it brings with it the support for 3D Touch, found on iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, let you hard-press on the Chrome home screen icon to open a new tab or launch voice search. Google although had beta and other development channels available t all on its other platforms such as Android, Mac, Windows, and Linux, and making iOS one of the last of the platforms Chrome is on to get access to in-development, beta features.
Users can now download the latest version 47.0.2526.53 of Chrome beta with new 3D Touch support, and additional Bluetooth keyboard shortcuts, and other new inclusions. New Chrome beta for iOS download, let users quickly access to functions like opening a new tab, voice search and switching to incognito mode. For 3D Touch iPhone 6s users, this new beta of Chrome for iOS brings all in one set.
To try Chrome beta on your device, you’ll need to register for TestFlight from the iOS App Store. Apple to enable a more automatic wider beta testing pool, and currently limited to just 2000 users. Next, visit Google’s official Chrome beta download page and simply tap on “Download Chrome Beta.” Once you get a confirmation from TestFlght, that comes as a notification claiming that the app is ready to grab. That’s it.
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