Chrome Browser iPad App Updated – Adds Print Options & More

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The Chrome browser app for iPad and iPhone has been updated today, to Version 26.0.1410.50 (thanks Google for all the hilarity with these update numbers).

Here’s the full change list for this new version:

Fullscreen for iPhone and iPod touch
• Scroll the toolbar off the screen to enjoy the full page of content.
• Quickly re-access the omnibox by scrolling back down.
Printing
• Print web pages with Google Cloud Print or AirPrint.
• Save any page as a PDF to Google Drive
Stability / security improvements and bug fixes

The last two items are the most notable for iPad users I would think – though I have to admit I have not yet figured out how to use the saving page as PDF to Google Drive. Have any of you installed this Chrome update yet? If so, can you fill me in on how to make the save page as PDF feature work?


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2 thoughts on “Chrome Browser iPad App Updated – Adds Print Options & More”

  1. Just installed the update, pretty great print options! On my menu when selecting “Print” — “Google Cloud Print” there is an option to “Save to Google Drive”. As long as you’ve signed in to the Chrome app with your gmail, it automatically added a pdf of the webpage to my Google Drive list.

    1. Excellent. I see that now, not the most obvious way to implement that, but fair enough. Thanks for pointing that out.

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