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split viewiPad users now have awesome news regarding their devices: Google Chrome is ready to offer more split view tasks to play with at the same time and on a single screen. Google has updated its famous web browser for iPad, by adding specific assistance for the iOS 9’s multi-tasking function.

Often in the online world, we are performing several tasks at once, studying details about a fascinating traveling place, reading the newest posts on social networks or looking for reservation in a resort. With these ideas in mind, Google presented the Split View option for iPad users on its most recent version of the browser. Split View runs on both iPad Air and iPad Mini devices and will be installed on the iPad Pro at its release next month, allowing people to use Chrome along with other applications on their gadget, such as Safari.

Google Chrome’s upgrade comes after Apple’s launch of its iOS 9 with a highly anticipated split-screen multi-tasking function. The multi-tasking option was originally only offered on Apple’s proprietary applications like Safari, but software developers have since presented various APIs so that all app designers can add their own elements to the platform, too The iOS 9 system also facilitates Picture in Picture and Slide Over features on iPad Air, iPad Pro and newer devices.

The Split View function is different from the Slide Over, a feature which allows you to start a new application on the other part of the display, while in the current program, but it does not allow you to use both of these applications simultaneously. Slide Over works with older versions of the iPad as well and is also compatible with the new Google Chrome application. In the multi-tasking displays, an online browser is fairly essential as it is likely to be required quite frequently, for many users it is usually the most useful app in Split View on their iPad. The Safari application has built-in this function since its release, but now customers who choose Chrome can use its numerous advantages, as well.

Meanwhile, the search engine is also providing its handy Autofill function, which is now available on PCs and Android OS editions of Google Chrome, to iOS. The web browser will instantly complete online fields with details you have written for previous logins, like your full name, e-mail address and other data, which should make simpler the procedure of online buying directly from your Apple gadget. We are now purchasing goods more often than ever straight from our mobile phones and other devices, but it can be quite a discomfort to re-enter bankcard details each time you acquire something.



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