Chrome 29 for iPhones and iPads now understands pronouns in voice search mode, so that a query asking who is the US president can be followed by another one inquiring who is ‘his’ wife, Google saidin a blog post.
The update also sharpens the process of toggling between websites and search result pages, and adds a feature that shows users data cost savings realised via the bandwidth management tool.
Finally, Chrome 29 for iOS also features unspecified single sign-on improvements with other Google web applications, as well as bug fixes and security improvements, according to the company.
Google didn’t immediately respond to a request for more details.
Meanwhile, the company squashed a few bugs in version 30 of Chrome Beta for Android that affected searching through the browser’s history, a search auto-complete function and the Swype mobile keyboard application.
by Juan Carlos Perez, IDG News Service