Google takes browser battle to iPhone and iPad.
"People have been asking to use Chrome on the iPhone," Chrome product management director Brian Rakowski said while showing off the new browser programmes slated to be available in Apple's online App Store.
"We figured why stop there, that we would launch Chrome for the iPad too." Safari remains the default browser used in Apple gadgets and the "engine" that Chrome or other web-surfing applications has to rely on.
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|Date:||Jun 30, 2012|
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