If you’ve ever wanted to go a bit more bleeding edge with Google products on iOS, now you can. The company has released a beta version of Chrome for iOS through Apple’s TestFlight platform.
In testing is a 3D Touch interface that brings quick-launch search, incognito tabs or regular tabs.
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There could be good reason Google hasn’t said anything, too. TestFlight currently only allows for 2,000 testers at one time; it’s reasonable to think a publicly announced Chrome beta for iOS would meet that quota in minutes.
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