On the second day of Google I/O, Google has released Chrome for iOS and it is supported on iPad and iPhone. Starting today, all iPhone and iPad users would be able to download Chrome from the App Store. The app will be for iOS 4.3 and higher devices which means if you have the latest version of iOS, you can get Chrome. Google Chrome for iOS will also feature sync which means you can sync data on your browser with desktop, Android, iPhone and iPad.
The iPad version is very similar to the desktop version in tabs and the way we access settings and other features.
Chrome for iPhone will also feature tabbed browsing similar to Android version. It shares a similar user interface, with tabs and flick-to-close webpages. Using the sync, you can bring bookmarks, login information and saved sessions on another device. Apart from this there is also incognito mode.