May 29, 2014
Google has just issued another notable update to the iOS edition of its popular Web browser, Chrome. Previously, Chrome for iOS was updated with a feature tour at first launch and autocomplete support for "right-to-left" languages in the so-called omnibox (the app's single field for entering search keywords and URLs alike). Following up on the latter improvement, Google has now added right-to-left support to the omnibox for Arabic script (e.g. Arabic, Persian, Urdu) and Hebrew script (e.g. Hebrew, Yiddish). In addition, like Apple's Safari for iOS, Chrome now shows the search term in the omnibox, instead of the long line of gibberish that is the search query URL. The new version of Chrome also lets you "easily refine your search queries and view more results on the search results page." The latest update to Chrome also includes the usual stability improvements and bug fixes. Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 6.0 or later, Chrome is available in the App Store for free. See also: Google Reportedly Eyeing Home Security As It Considers Acquiring Dropcam, Google’s VirusTotal Uploader Lands On Mac OS X, and YouTube Is Developing A Separate Mobile App For Creators.
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