iOS: Google took the wraps off of Chrome for the iPhone and iPad today, complete with the omnibar that allows for instant searches, pre-fetching pages, and swipe gestures to manage and close tabs, all on your iPhone or iPad. More »
iOS/ChromeOS: If you've been waiting for offline document editing in Google Docs, wait no longer. Google announced offline editing at Google I/O today, and Google Drive, Google's Dropbox-like competitor, picked up native apps for iOS and Chrome OS which allow you to view and edit documents in full screen on your iPhone, iPad, or Chromebook. More »
Google I/O is just around the corner and all of us in the Chrome team are looking forward to sharing with you what’s new with the open web.
Starting from June 27, we’ve planned more than 20 sessions and code labs. If you are not joining us in San Francisco, you can still watch some of these sessions by attending one of the 350+ I/O extended events or by simply tuning in to the livestream from anywhere in the world. You can also watch these sessions when you are on the move by downloading the Google I/O mobile app.