Google has just released a version of its popular browser, Chrome, for iPhone and iPad. It has most of the features that Android and desktop users have gotten used to, including: syncing across devices and incognito and tabbed browsing. Since Apple doesn’t allow use of other WebKit rendering engines or allow users to change the default browser, the iOS version of Chrome doesn’t provide as integrated an experience as is possible on other devices. Despite these limitations, the availability of an alternative to Apple’s somewhat dated native browser, Safari, is welcome news for many iOS users. In fact, it has become so popular, that after only a day or so of being in the App store, Chrome is already the Top Free App.