A while back we told you about the Chrome-style iPad Web browser, "iChromy." Following its initial release, the application received an update that added an "Incognito Mode," and now the app has been updated once again. Major changes include a name change ("Diigo Browser," instead of "iChromy") along with the ability to annotate text from within the app.
The popular Safari alternative, iChromy, has just received an update. Now, users of the Chrome-style iPad Web browser can take advantage of improved privacy settings (including "Incognito Mode"), a more efficient and stable experience, and a variety of bug fixes.
While Google hasn't created an iOS version of its popular Web browser, Google Chrome, someone else has. The app, which is available to download in the App Store for free, is called iChromy. And what's more, it looks good and works well.