2012: Google Chrome and Drive for iOS
In 2012, Google showed its love to Apple iPhone users by porting over its popular Chrome Web browser and productivity office service, Drive, to iOS. Due to strict iPhone settings, Chrome can't be selected as the default browser, but it was a small price to pay if it meant breaking free from Safari.
As for Drive, director of product for Google Apps Clay Bavor told the audience that the company "brought many of the best features of Drive to mobile," and users could search for photos, scan files, and store PDFs -- all from the phone.
May 13, 2013 12:01 AM PDT
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