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Chrome for iOS gets fullscreen on iPhone, new printing options

updated 04:36 pm EDT, Tue April 9, 2013

Exports pages as PDFs

Google has updated Chrome for iOS with a handful of new features. iPhone and iPod touch users now have access to a fullscreen view, which hides the toolbar after a brief scroll. Scrolling back down again should cause the bar to reappear.

Also new are two printing options. Webpages can now be printed directly using either AirPrint or Google Cloud Print; alternately, they can be exported as PDFs to Google Drive and printed from there. Elsewhere in the app, Google says it has applied miscellaneous bug and security fixes.




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  1. simdude

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    Joined: 06-01-04

    Nice on original iPad

    I found Safari on my gen 1 iPad has become a exercise in frustration with the number of crashes. I suspect the limited memory on the iPad 1 just doesn't handle iOS 5 and Safari well. I remember when I first bought it, it would never crash. I have started using Chrome and the jury is still out, but so far it hasn't crashed. This may be my new browser.

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