Today at the second day of Google’s I/O event, Google has announced quite a bit of news, including the release of Chrome onto iOS, updates to Google Drive, Chrome OS and more. If you missed yesterday’s announcements head here first.
As you might expect, there’s heaps of information to cover, so let’s get to it. Here’s everything you need to know:
Chrome Stats: Google’s SVP of Chrome and apps Sundar Pichai announced that Google Chrome now reaches 310 million active users. Pichai covered the announcements of Chrome for Android and talked about the growth of Internet traffic, which he says has reached 2.3B users.
Mobile users, Pichai says, account for 1B of those. He says that Chrome’s pre-fetching techniques save 13 years of human lifetime every year. You can read more about it here.
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