Share Web pages in Chrome for iOS via Facebook, Twitter, and G+

Chrome for iOS received its first update yesterday, bringing new sharing options.

In its continuing quest for mobile browsing supremacy, Google updated Chrome for iOS yesterday. The biggest change the update brings is new sharing options. Now, Chrome for iOS boasts more ways to share a Web page than Mobile Safari.

With Mobile Safari, you have two sharing options: e-mail and Twitter. With Chrome for iOS, you now can share via e-mail, Twitter, Facebook, and G+.

Screenshot by Matt Elliott/CNET

To share a page, tap the action button in the upper-right corner and you will see that the previous Email option has been renamed Share. Tap Share and a small window appears with your four sharing options.

Screenshot by Matt Elliott/CNET

If you are using Chrome for iOS and have grown frustrated that you can't set it as your default browser, Jason Cipriani has a workaround you might enjoy. And in other mobile Google news, learn how to scribble searches on your phone or tablet with Google Handwrite.

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