Today, Google released a new version of their Chrome browser for iOS devices.
When running on a compatible iPhone or iPod touch, you are now able to run Chrome in full screen mode by scrolling the entire screen up, pushing the URL toolbar off the top of the screen allowing you to interact with the web page. To get the URL bar back, simply scroll down again.
But I think that the more interesting update is Google adding the ability to print using their own Google Cloud Print service, or by sending your print job over the air to your wireless printer using AirPrint.
Anti-paper, are ya? No problem. Google still has you covered because you can now also save any web page as a PDF document in your Google Drive. That’s pretty nifty
You can download the latest update from the App Store icon on your iDevice, or you can install Google Chrome from the App Store for the iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch (link).