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Mackabadi

macrumors member
Jun 21, 2009
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Google Chrome updated for ios 8 with extensions.

What does this mean? I assumed it meant I can now choose to open links in 3rd party apps in Chrome rather than Safari, but I don't see that option when I try. Does that have to be programmer into each app by the developer or is this something we can enable as the user?
 

Micool1

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Aug 4, 2014
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What does this mean? I assumed it meant I can now choose to open links in 3rd party apps in Chrome rather than Safari, but I don't see that option when I try. Does that have to be programmer into each app by the developer or is this something we can enable as the user?
I'm not sure, I think it means that third party extensions can be used when sharing a page with Google Chrome, but I never noticed if they were available before the update.
 

Richardgm

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Aug 1, 2008
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I kinda respect Apple for not just "approving all". They're actually taking their time in reviewing the iOS 8 updates.

Just hurry it up, eh?!
 
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