Google Chrome iOS

Google today announced that Chrome browser is getting four new features for iPhone and iPad users. Read about them below.

A mobile screen shows a cursor selecting an address for “Café Français.” A pop-up appears and the cursor selects the option to “View with Google Maps in Chrome.” Google Maps opens directly in Chrome.

When you see an address on any website, instead of switching to Google Maps to see the map, using the power of AI, you can just press and hold a detected address, you’ll see the option to view it on a mini Google Maps right within Chrome.

A mobile screen shows a cursor selecting a date on an event page for “Golden Gate Gala 2023.” A pop-up appears and the cursor selects the option to “Add to Google Calendar.” Google Calendar opens directly in Chrome, with the event details populated.

You can now create Google Calendar events directly in Chrome without having to switch apps. To create an event within Chrome for iOS, you can just press and hold a detected date, and select the option to add it to your Google Calendar. Chrome will automatically create and populate the calendar event with important details like time, location and description.

A mobile screen shows a cursor selecting a portion of a website written in Italian. It selects the “Google Translate” option, which opens Google Translate in Chrome and provides an English translation.

You can now translate a specific portion of a page using Google Translate right within Chrome on your iOS device. Also, Chrome will automatically offer to translate any website into your preferred language.

A mobile screen shows a cursor selecting the Google Lens icon on the Chrome New Tab page which opens up the camera taking a picture of a person wearing a blue jean jacket. A pop-up appears at the bottom of the screen showing image search results for Iconic Denim Jacket.

Finally, in the coming months, you’ll be able to use your camera to search with new pictures you take and existing images in your camera roll. There will be  Lens icon in the Chrome on iOS address bar.