Just one day after releasing the final version of Google Chrome for Android, Google announced that it is releasing Google Chrome for iOS on Thursday during the second day of Google I/O. The new version of Chrome will work on both the iPhone and the iPad and will be able to sync bookmarks, open pages and passwords across all iOS devices that have Chrome installed. The browser is designed to work on versions of iOS 4.3 and higher. Google says that the iOS version of Chrome will be rolling out sometime on Thursday on the App Store.
To make things even more interesting, Google is also releasing an iOS version of Google Drive, the cloud storage service that is in direct competition with Apple’s iCloud. Released this past April, Drive gives users 5GB of free storage space and allows them to add more storage space with expansion packages starting at at 25GB for $2.49 per month.