Google announced Chrome for iOS, extended Google Drive to iOS and Chrome OS and launched Google Compute Engine on the second day of Google I/O, its ongoing annual developer conference at Moscone Center, San Francisco. Here is a quick lowdown on all the announcements: Google Chrome Stats: Sunder Pichai, Google's Senior Vice President for Chrome and Apps, announced that Google Chrome now has 310 million active users, up from 160 million active users in the previous I/O. He stated that users have typed 60 billion words and downloaded more than 1TB of data via Chrome everyday. Further, he also claimed that users have saved 13 years due to Chrome's page pre-rendering since its launch in June 2011 and claimed that Chrome is now the most popular browser in the world. Pichai also added that users have installed 750 million apps from the Chrome web store till now. Chrome for iOS: Brian Rakowski, Vice President of Google Chrome division, launched Chrome for iPhone and iPad running on iOS 4.3 and later, which brings in features like Omnibox, Chrome Sync which allows users to sync open tabs, bookmarks, passwords, and omnibox data from their computer, and Incognito mode among others. Like its desktop version, Chrome for iOS has been localized for 50 different language including eight Indian languages - Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu. The app is currently available for free download on the iTunes App store. In what seems to be quite ironic, this announcement suggests that Chrome browser will be available to…
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