Chrome for iOS gains page translation, data compression


Chrome for iOS(s aapl) learns a few new tricks with the latest update. Released on Monday, version 32 of the browser for iPhones and iPads now includes page translation for sites that use a foreign language; just tap the translation bar when it appears and Google will take care of the rest. The third-party browser also gains the data compression feature already in the Android version of Chrome. With it, Google(s goog) says you can save roughly 50 percent of your bandwidth usage as all web requests are routed through Google proxy servers for compression.

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