According to a report, the iOS Google Chrome browser was updated after four months of interruption. This is an incremental update in Chrome 87, mainly focusing on bug fixes. The update is being rolled out globally for iPhone and iPad. It is worth noting that this update is usually released by Google every six weeks. However, for Chrome for iOS, the technology giant completely skipped the release of Chrome 88 (January) and Chrome 89 (March) upgrades.

According to a report by 9to5Google, the Chrome 87.0.4280.163 update is now available to iPhone and iPad users through the App Store. The report also said that this update is small because there have been no major issues reported since Chrome 87 was released in November.

In addition to correcting errors, the Chrome 87 update also made some adjustments to the “App Privacy” tab. Under the “Link to your data” section, “App Features” now includes the user’s “Name”. The 9to5Google report pointed out that this is because Google Pay in Chrome requires this detailed information to complete the transaction. In addition, incident data and customer support have been moved under the “Not Linked to You” section. According to reports, Google said it will ensure that only the data needed to provide and develop useful products and features is collected.

The stable version of Google Chrome 90 is scheduled to be released on April 13. Recently, Google released an update to Chrome that makes the web browser faster and more secure than before by using HTTPS instead of HTTP. The Chrome browser has also been urging the Internet to adopt HTTPS for a long time. In addition, if you want to preview the new features in Chrome, you can download Chrome Beta to try it out. According to reports, Google has been testing Touch/Face ID to protect incognito tabs opened in Chrome 90.

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