Signing into your multiple accounts is going to become a lot simpler if you keep your credentials on Chrome and use an iPhone. You may now use Chrome as your Autofill provider in the current version of the iOS browser (version M104). “Enhanced safe browsing” and Chrome Actions will also be included in the iOS and iPad versions of Chrome.
Google Chrome for Android already has several of these capabilities, such as the Password Manager, which leverages data you’ve chosen to save in the browser to login into applications on your phone. On either iPhone or iPad, Enhanced Safe Browsing will check to see whether the websites you’re viewing are harmful. Chrome now informs you if your login and password have been exposed in a third-party security breach when you input your credentials into a site. You’ll then be prompted to modify them all over the place.
Google Password Manager is built into Chrome on your computer or Android phone. On iOS, you can set it up as your Autofill provider so Chrome can help you quickly and securely create, store and fill in your passwords into any website or app on your iOS device.
Chrome’s built-in translation capabilities may benefit from the new language detection mechanism. “Accurately figure out” the language of a webpage and whether it has to be converted to meet your choices is what Google claims this new mobile version will do.
Similarly, Chrome Actions will make things like deleting your browser history or starting an incognito tab more convenient on iOS devices. The three-dot menu will no longer be necessary since you may just input a search word into the URL bar to get those possibilities. For example, clicking “Delete history” will take you to the page where you can delete your browsing history. There are still search results below the recommended action if you were seeking information on that setting online.
The three-dot menu has also been improved by Google to make it “scannable and to emphasize the most essential destinations, such as your history, passwords, and settings.” You’ll be able to access your “most often used locations” and “activities like creating Bookmarks or adding things to Reading List” from the top of the vertical menu.