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Google Chrome browser on iOS system that supports split-screen feature
Got Browser Google Chrome on a new updated version bears the number 46.0.2490.73 on a system iOS to benefit from the latest features made possible within the system iOS 9.
The status of the big additions and the possibility of divided screen Split View for devices iPad iPad Air 2 and iPad mini and the latest version iPad Pro iPad Pro.
The feature allows the possibility of two applications display at one time and Baksameen separate part of the screen, which is a good news for owners of iPad devices.
The status of split screen Split View is one of the few new features to the idea of multiple Multitasking functions added by Apple to its new iOS 9.
The Google Chrome take advantage of the split screen feature system separate feature of what could have been for the browser to do cross-Slide Over property and of the possibility for the user to draw from the side of the screen or the top to show a list of applications to run any of them next to the application that he does it.
You can also control space applications when you take the offer, whether or equal viewing area by 30: 70 of the total area of the screen via the Split View feature.
You can also use a picture-in-picture feature, which enables the user to reduce the bottom of the video window in order to continue to use other applications on the system, which is similar to the Google doing within the YouTube application.
Google has also added support for AutoFill to make it easier to fill in forms for purchase through credit cards and so on.
The updated version of Google Chrome is available for download through the Apple Store in the size of 69.3 MB.
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