Chrome for iOS is in huge demand from the time since it was launched, but it somehow sounds difficult for users as the third-party apps still only let users directly open a link in Safari. In order to make this workable, Google has come forward and provided a sample code for checking whether Chrome to be installed and if the time it is, then adding an option to open links with it make it a fit. Currently Chrome for iOS only handles two URI Schemes: googlechrome for http and googlechromes for https and in order to check if Chrome is installed, an app can simply check if either of these URI schemes is available. It’s that much simple so we believe too the next time you use it, you will do it better by making an iOS app link open in Chrome.
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