Chrome for iPhone and iPad has been updated to Chrome 23 / 23.0.1271.91. This build brings in a number of new features and fixes to user-reported issues including the ability to open PDFs in other apps, support for saving your boarding passes and tickets with Passbook, an option to automatically detect text encoding, stability and security improvements and several bug fixes.
The update is available from November 28, and can be downloaded from the App store. Those interested in downloading the browser for iOS can do so here. Chrome for Android too received an update. It wasn't anything major. Just some stability fixes and performance improvements. Those interested can download Chrome for Android here.
Google Chrome for iOS was launched in June 2012. We had some hands on time with the iOS browser when it was launched. You can read our hands on here. Google Drive, Google’s cloud based storage service too was launched alongside Chrome for iOS. You can read our review of Google Drive for iOS here.
The update for the iOS version of Chrome brings it in line with its desktop counterpart. The Chrome browser is available for Windows, OSX and Linux. Those interested can take a look at the browser here. If you have been facing problems with the Chrome browser, there is a Google FAQ support page available to solve your queries. You can take a look at the support page here.
Source: Chrome releases