Chrome arrived as a beta product on Android in February. Photo: Ariel Zambelich/Wired
The Chrome browser won’t be limited to Android devices and computer desktop anymore. At its annual I/O conference Thursday, Google announced that Chrome is headed to iOS, and will be available on the iPhone later today, in fact.
The Chrome app will provide much of what you would expect from the browser, such as its incognito mode for browsing without leaving a digital trail in your history or cookie buckets. The mobile browser will also offer synchronization across devices, so you can keep bookmarks, settings, and open tabs synced among your desktop and iOS products.