Enhance Safe Browsing.This is a feature that Google plans to bring to mobile devices from its desktop browser. It provides better security by keeping users safe from phishing, malware, and other network-related threats. Chrome will warn its customers about potentially harmful websites or compromised login/passwords.
Improved autofill.andMicrosoftAuthenticator Like Edge, Chrome users will be able to utilize the browser as the default password provider for websites and third-party apps, no longer storing passwords in the standard Notes app.
better homepage.Improvements to the initial home page will make it easier to discover relevant content, access recent tabs, and open bookmarks, reading lists, history, or frequently visited sites.
Enhanced translation capabilities.Google Chrome on iOS will leverage on-device machine learning for better website translations. An upcoming update will improve language recognition, allowing the browser to more accurately detect the desired language and figure out if it needs to be translated.
Chrome Actions。Another feature from the desktop Chrome browser ported to iOS. The browser will let its users use natural language commands to get things done faster, like “clear browsing data,” “open incognito tabs,” or “set Chrome as default browser.” A similar feature recently appeared in Microsoft Edge on the desktop.
Google promises to add “more innovations” to the Chrome browser on iOS in the coming weeks. In the meantime, you can check out what’s new in Chrome 103, which Google released earlier this week.