Google has released its first ever browser – the Chrome for iPhone. Chrome brings more fast internet browsing on the iPhone thanks to those recommended searches that appear as you type. It has the feature of tabbed browsing and allows unlimited number of tabs which Safari doesn’t support at this time, unless you are using Gridtab or some other jailbreak tweak. Ofcourse you can switch between tabs very easily.
Also much like the same way you use chrome on computer; you can sign-in chrome to sync open tabs, bookmarks, passwords and omnibox data on to the iPhone and start right from where you left off. Send pages from computer to your iPhone and read them while you are away for on the go, even if you’re offline.
Chrome for iPhone also supports Incognito browsing which allows you to browse without saving your history, which is a great feature.
You can download Chrome for iPhone from the App Store here…