Google Chrome 17+

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Download the new Google Chrome for your iPhone and iPad. Now more simple, secure and faster than ever. Get the best of Google Search, and easily sync your bookmarks and passwords with Chrome on your laptop. Download the fast, secure browser recommended by Google.

NEW - You can now set Chrome as your default browser. Follow the in-app prompt or go to Settings > Google Chrome to set Chrome as default. All web links will automatically open in Chrome.

• SEARCH WITH GOOGLE - Chrome is the browser with Google built in. Search and get answers on Google fast.

• BROWSE FAST - Choose from personalized search results that instantly appear as you type and quickly browse previously-visited websites.

• SEARCH FROM YOUR HOME SCREEN - Access Chrome from your iOS home screen with the new widget.

• SYNC YOUR CHROME - When you sign into Chrome, your bookmarks, saved passwords, and settings will be automatically synced so you can access all your information from your phone, tablet, or laptop.

• STORE PASSWORDS & PAYMENT METHODS - Chrome can save your passwords and payment information, and automatically fill them into forms when you need them.

• VOICE SEARCH - Use Google voice search to get answers without typing.

• MANAGE TABS EASILY - See all your tabs in a single view and easily organize them into groups.

• ARTICLES FOR YOU - Chrome surfaces articles, blogs, and content that we think you might like. The more you use Chrome, the more personalized it gets. You’ll always have what’s most relevant to you at your fingertips.

• GOOGLE TRANSLATE - Chrome lets you translate an entire site in a single click with Google Translate built in.

• INCOGNITO MODE - Use Incognito mode to browse without saving your history (learn more at

• SAVE YOUR SITES - Save pages for later with bookmarks in Chrome.

What’s New

Version 106.0.5249.75

Thanks for choosing Chrome! This version includes:
• On your device, view the Desktop version of sites by default. Go to Settings > Content Settings > Set Default Site Mode to "Desktop."
• Stability and performance improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

3.6 out of 5
150.5K Ratings

150.5K Ratings

Rifle lord ,

Stop changing orientations

Seems like every update changes how stuff works; from how far you can zoom in to now it goes sideways up and down and won’t hide the site it’s from and “related” stuff in a non obstructive way. We don’t need constant layout changes and it’d save everyone a lot of effort to stop shaking it up. Pls return it to pre 5 days ago/pre last update. Edit: seems like you guys quickly changed it back how it should be so good on you though I suspect it wasn’t just me lighting the fire under you guys. Later edit:things are good but i really wish you would allow tabs with music to play in another tab for example I’m reading a fanfic right now where the silent hill siren would really be similar and as is I can’t have that tab playing while being in the tab reading it; but on laptop it does allow this would be 5/5 stars if you guys added and then also kept that feature from pc to mobile and I’m sure it probably wouldn’t even be much or any extra work to import over.

Nick#19 ,

Glaring deficiencies with a decent interface

The lack of extension support in this browser is too glaring to overlook. Every other browser supports extensions allowing ad blockers, password managers and dark mode apps to be supported along with the myriad other things extensions do. I used to love chrome and be able to overlook this for a quality browser but the competition is simply better now. The browser is not worth using over the safari browser and if you’re going to install a new one use a better alternative like Firefox. Some of the options in the menus most frequently used are hard to get to like the text search (which is almost hidden since it’s hard to figure out you need to scroll the menu it’s on.)

Support for multiple google accounts is not handled very well either. Ie clicking a calendar event link in a work Gmail opens my personal gmail calendar instead of the same account the email was sent to. Changing accounts at the top opens a blank calendar window without the event and opening it again still opens the personal email.

Personally not having a dark mode enforcement option that can easily be toggled and is robust is a complete deal breaker when I can easily get that feature in safari. (Digging through experimental settings for a half baked feature toggle that isn’t smart enough to handle not inverting things does qualify)

iCopyninja ,

Fix discover

Google chrome is awesome and I wouldn’t want to use another browser, but… Please fix discover. One of the MOST FRUSTRATING things in this app is how I see the discover feed and see an article I’m interested in only to have it disappear into the void as soon as it refreshes before I even have a chance to open the article. Please… please… show me the previous feeds. Add discover history for articles we haven’t viewed yet. I don’t understand why this isn’t built-in. I’ve searched for ways to view discover history, but it doesn’t exist. Why? I feel like I’m being teased by a good article only to have it disappear before I can open and view it. It’s things like this that make me rather not have the discover feed. The only tip I have for others also bothered by the same PROBLEM is to turn off wifi and cell data, open chrome, Took a look at the discover feed and see which articles may interest you in peace, THEN reconnect to internet to let chrome/discover refresh the feed. I consider this to be a big issue, but it’ll probably get ignored because I’m in the minority of people want to see yesterday’s articles. I’ll be opening a support ticket with most of this post copied. It’s a shot in the dark but maybe this will get fixed.

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