Share Opened Webpages on Facebook, Twitter from iPhone With Google Chrome for iOS

Sharing is always a problem in iPhone when compared with Android phones, the reason you can share anything using any application without going to that application. If you are sharing an image then from that image you will be directed to that application using which you are sharing it. But in case of iPhone you will have to go to that particular application and then access that file from there and then share. Luckily sharing has been made little easy on Google Chrome, with now you can share a link of the webpage over your Messages directly from the application.

Share webpage over Messages

Now if you want to share a webpage over message then tap the share option and then hit the Messages option. It will not send that message as an MMS with webpage attached in it, rather it will copy the heading of that page and will mention the URL of that webpage beside it and then it will depend upon the name of the contact whether it will go as a text or iMessage.


Quick Access to History Section

Another new feature is the quick way to access the history of the browser, just tap and hold the back button and then you will see the log of pages visited by in a small section.



These are few updates done in Google Chrome after a long time on iOS but still they do not make much of a difference as I still feel safari to be much better than Google Chrome in UI and functionalities.

By Abhinav Singh

I am an MBA student and a founder member of NXTInsight. I love to keep the track of smartphones, tablets, wearables and other similar gadgets, so that I could help my readers to make the right decision before buying a gagdet.

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