The native browser on all iOS devices is Safari, the second most popular browser in the world after Chrome. Many users are perfectly content with it, but there are also many who want to switch to Chrome. Those who think Google Chrome for iOS is a more interesting choice with more features.
Summing up, we can evaluate the Google Chrome browser according to the following criteria.
Google has been reproached more than once for collecting user metadata. You can change your privacy settings in your account at https://myaccount.google.com/data-and-privacy
There is an incognito mode for anonymous browsing. In the mobile version of the browser, incognito tabs can be additionally protected by a password, Touch ID or Face ID.
Chrome can be displayed in 167 different languages. You can change the color scheme using the "Customize Chrome" button on the home page. There you can also set the background: download it from the Chrome Web store or upload it from your device. The only noticeable flaw in Chrome’s appearance is the lack of a speed dial. But it can easily be fixed with extensions.
The largest and most convenient extension store of all browsers. The vast majority of extensions are free.
There are various methods of measuring speed, different tests. Chrome usually either wins them or at least ranks among the leaders.
Chrome supports all popular operating systems: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10, 11; Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012 and 2012 R2, Windows Server 2016; macOS High Sierra 10.13 and later; 64-bit Ubuntu 18.04+, Debian 10+, openSUSE 15.2+, Fedora Linux 32+; Android 7.0 Nougat, iOS 14.0/iPadOS 14.0 and higher.
Chrome can be synced across devices.
Almost perfect browser. If it lacks something in appearance, you can install themes, news feed or speed dial from the extensions store. Chrome is very fast, but consumes more CPU and RAM resources than many competitors.