Safari vis-à-vis Chrome on the iPhone.

Safari hides the address bar when the page is finished loading, while Chrome retains it. It gives the impression of allowing more visible page space, but actually the show the same area.

Safari’s navigation, bookmark and tab buttons are at the bottom, nearer where my fingers usually are. Chrome keeps them on top with the address bar.

Safari seems to load my pages faster, but that may be because they’ve already been cached, while I’ve just installed Chrome, although on refresh Safari appeared faster.

Chrome in the iPhone

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