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| December 4, 2013
Google Could Bring Chrome Apps To Apple's iOS From Next Month
Google is in the process of building Chrome application support for mobile platforms, and particularly iOS and Android, in a move that could see beta Chrome apps launch for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch as early as January 2014. The news comes from The Next Web, which came across a GitHub repository called Mobile Chrome Apps, led by Michal Mocny, a Google software developer. "The toolkit will help developers create Android and iOS hybrid native apps with Chrome app polyfills, through Apache Cordova. The steps include modifying for mobile design, fixing bugs, working around limitations, and of course, testing," the publication explains. In the article, The Next Web adds: