• Joshua TurnerJoshua Turner, over 8 years ago

    I want to use Chrome on iOS so badly, I just can't break the habit of swiping from edge to go back.

    8 points
  • Guilherme SchmittGuilherme Schmitt, over 8 years ago (edited over 8 years ago )

    I love it.

    It's great, specially for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

    The only thing that annoys me is that you can't swipe from left to right to go back - it currently switches tabs

    5 points
  • Zach JohnstonZach Johnston, over 8 years ago

    Came here to post this.

    It's just so amazingly simple.

    4 points
  • Daniel GoldenDaniel Golden, over 8 years ago

    This is interesting. What's your finger doing?

    1 point
    • Julian Lengfelder, over 8 years ago (edited over 8 years ago )

      hadn't the time to animate this after taking the video.

      you can pull down, if the page you are viewing is scrolled all the way up. default selection after pulling is refresh. while keeping the touch you can move your finger left or right to create a new tab or close the current one.

      0 points
  • Sam LuSam Lu, over 8 years ago

    Oh and guys, if you're loving Chrome for iOS, I think it could use some help in the reviews—there seems to be a lot of unhappy folks.

    I just gave Chrome a good review because j appreciate the hard work they've been doing.


    0 points
  • Sam LuSam Lu, over 8 years ago

    I'm loving the new features to Chrome for iOS.

    Edge swipe to switch tabs is also another favorite. I feel bad for my android friends who lost the edge swipe to switch tabs feature. They have to swipe from the search bar to switch tabs which takes away from the experience.

    The Safari way of swiping to go back / forward is cool, but I'll gladly trade that for swiping to switch tabs.

    0 points
  • Mike M, over 8 years ago

    Also note the different scrolling behaviour from Safari. Although I'm sure the scrolling change was implemented a few updates ago but prior to that, scrolling was similar in both Chrome and Safari.

    0 points
  • Ernest Ojeh, over 8 years ago

    Can someone explain why Google can do this in iOS but not on Android?

    0 points
    • Pedro Pimenta, over 8 years ago

      Maybe it's testing the waters with a niche audience? Chrome users on iOS are not the majority of users, so they can push it to the market and watch the feedback without annoying millions of people. If it works out maybe we'll see it :)

      0 points
      • Aidan GilmoreAidan Gilmore, over 8 years ago

        I would just like to add to your point, that because Apple will not allow Chrome to port its browser engine, Blink, they may be forced to seek other ways of differentiating from Safari.

        1 point
      • Victor TolosaVictor Tolosa, over 8 years ago

        but why not their Chrome Beta app?

        0 points
  • Pete LadaPete Lada, over 8 years ago

    Pretty sweet interaction. I wonder how well it couples with pull to refresh elements in web apps?

    0 points
  • Spencer HoltawaySpencer Holtaway, over 8 years ago

    This is pretty cool. Did they also just get rid of the desktop-style tabs? (I haven't tried chrome for a while, installed it just to try the interaction you linked to).

    0 points
  • Ozgur OzerOzgur Ozer, over 8 years ago

    How can it be? Is it a jailbreak tweak or what? When I try, it looks like :D https://www.dropbox.com/s/e9zgtylbthntcup/chrome.mov?dl=0

    0 points