Google Chrome

Google Chrome

By Google LLC

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2012-06-28
  • Current Version: 71.0.3578.89
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 102.59 MB
  • Developer: Google LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
From 84,236 Ratings


Get more done with the new Google Chrome on iPhone and iPad. Now more simple, secure and faster-than-ever, with Google Smarts built-in. • FASTER BROWSING - Chrome’s address bar uses Google Search to make any fact-finding mission fast and simple. It also searches your Google Drive, so diving into next week’s vacation plan is just that much easier. • ARTICLES FOR YOU - Chrome surfaces articles, blogs, and content that we think you might like. The more you use Chrome, the more personalized it gets. So you’ll always have what’s most relevant to you at your fingertips. • GOOGLE TRANSLATE - No matter where you are on the web, or the globe, Chrome lets you translate an entire site in a single click with Google Translate built-in. Chrome also automatically prompts translation when you need it. • MANAGE YOUR TABS - open as many tabs as your heart desires and manage them in the new grid shapes to easily view and compare websites. • SYNC ACROSS DEVICES - Signing into Chrome automatically syncs across your laptop, tablet, or on your phone. You get the same experience – no matter where you go. • AUTOFILL FORMS & PASSWORDS - Remembering p4$$w0rd$ is a thing of the past. Chrome can store your address and payment details, so you can fill out forms with just one click. • VOICE SEARCH - use the magic of Google voice search to find answers on-the-go without typing • PRIVACY - use Incognito mode to browse without saving your history (learn more at




  • Needs work.

    By Alyssa Godinez
    When I click on the option to auto fill on websites (i.e.) filling in my name, email, phone number, and address with the click of a button, the keyboard glitches and I can’t control anything on the app, I either have to force close it or it force closes itself. I lose my tabs both ways.
  • The best browser desktop or mobile

    By Stone and bagel
    I use chrome on my MacBook Pro and on my iPhone X and my iPad Pro it is the fastest and most reliable plus all of the options of keeping everything synced since I use google for tons of different things I also have chrome and google syncing with my iCloud which makes everything work so great together!!! The extensions on the desktop version are really useful I just wish that they were available on the mobile versions as well
  • New UI is reason enough to abandon app.

    By Retrobovine
    So ugly and now that there is now no work around to remove the new UI not worth the download.
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  • Good app just needs to be like on pc

    By lolabell08
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  • Do you even need to think about it ?

    By Wwwaaaw
    Chrome is the best beacuse it was always the best for any device
  • Can’t edit most google doc items.

    By SCMowns
    I was kinda bummed out knowing that I can’t edit my google site. I thought my tablet was fully capable of doing so since it can practically program software.
  • Old look is dead

    By bitterpoet
    Google officially killed the old look of Chrome. You used to be able to revert to the older and more functional layout by adjusting hidden flags. This was removed in the latest update and I really hate it. The new look makes everything too big. Finding tabs is actually harder and the new tab manager makes tabs not “feel” like web pages. Every time I open a new tab I almost hit the “close all” button which would be catastrophic. This looks closer to Safari than ever. If I wanted Safari, I’d just use it since it’s already in my phone. Google should be setting themselves apart and pushing the standards and not following other tech companies. I also just don’t understand why the new “in” look is flat graphics, oversized buttons or icons, and huge amounts of wasted whitespace. I have a large phone. I don’t need help with giant menus and buttons that look like they were designed for a senior citizen who forgot their glasses. And what does Google have against labels on the bottom menu bar and in the tab switcher? Sometimes I like to read what I’m about to select before I touch it. The one good thing is the compact menu. It’s concise and reachable. Bring back the customizability that used to exist in software and let me choose how I make my own device look. I don’t need to be forced into the user experience that you think I want.
  • Used to be the Best but now it’s trash.

    By The Yuzumochi
    EDIT 2: Oh wow! Firefox lets you swipe tabs to close, along with other lost functions of the older version of Chrome we all loved, combined with the few positives of Safari (e.g., reader view). Firefox has controls centralized at the bottom - even though I prefer the top, this is much better than the weird top-and-bottom control layout Chrome has. Good bye Chrome, I’m happy with a new web browser now! EDIT: it was possible to change back to the old layout via chrome flags until the most recent update, so I kept it at 2 stars for a while, hoping that problems would be fixed. Now you’re disabling that option, forcing everyone on an iPhone to go with the new layout. Thanks for the good times, but I’ll give you one star and switch to Safari until I hear that controls are centralized at the top of the screen again (instead of taking double real estate at both the top and bottom of the screen), tab previews and groupings are practical again, and locations of various functions make sense again (you can view your bookmarks via “...” but you can only add bookmarks by clicking the export icon?!?!). If I wanted something that looks pretty, I’d use Apple for everything. I wanted something functional, which was Google’s strong suit until this Pretty-But-Unintuitive-And-Impractical update. Now I’m better off saving storage space on my phone by sticking to the default Safari. Never thought I’d say that, but here we are. Original review: The new update is just a copy of Safari. In that case, it makes more sense for me to save space on my phone by uninstalling Chrome and relying solely on Safari. Please move the toolbar back to the top of the window. Otherwise, it’s counterintuitive to move from the top of the screen to type a URL, then the bottom of the screen to open a new tab. EDIT: An addendum - also moving from the top of the screen to add a bookmark, then bottom of the screen to view the bookmark you just added. Seriously. Are you trying to promote carpal tunnel?!
  • Love it

    By reitergirl812
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