Google Chrome app for iOS has just been hit by another major update, bringing it up to the latest version of 26.0.1410.50. The update brings some new enhancements, including fullscreen mode, printing, and the normal stability improvements and bug fixes. From now on iPhone users can activate the new fullscreen mode by scrolling down through a page, causing the toolbar to disappear. Once scrolled back up, the toolbar will reappear. This is iPhone exclusive- fullscreen mode does not appear to be available for the iPad yet.
As for another major addition- print from both the iPad and iPhone versions of Chrome is available using either Google Cloud Print or AirPrint by simply tapping the menu in Chrome, select “Print...” and pick up one from the offered alternatives. Moreover, it’s also available to save the page to your Google Drive as a PDF if you use Google Could Print.
Fullscreen for iPhone and iPod touch:
• Scroll the toolbar off the screen to enjoy the full page of content.
• Quickly re-access the omnibox by scrolling back down.
• Print web pages with Google Cloud Print or AirPrint.
• Save any page as a PDF to Google Drive
Stability / security improvements and bug fixes.
The updated Chrome for iOS is available in the Apple App Store for free, so grab it now and let us what you think in the comments below.