Anyone Using Chrome Browser?

richv77

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I do use Chrome on my PC so I could benefit from bookmarks syncing. Thanks for your comments.

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I use Safari at home. But when away from home, it seems as though Chrome works much better in various locations. Have no clue why.
 

calebt

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I use it across three platforms all sync well for me. Haven't experienced lag or any of the problems people are complaining about in safari.


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I swear that Google's apps are the only ones on my phone that do not use the swipe to go back gesture that pretty much EVERYTHING else uses since iOS 7 came out. Chrome included. It's irritating.
 

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I tried Chrome a couple times on my phone. Never liked it. I use Safari mostly, but use Puffin some. I really like Puffin. I do all my Flash in Puffin.


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Was looking for a good browser for that. Thanks!
I use the free version. We get a lot of eCards that require Flash. Works great in Puffin. I have to copy the link from email and paste it in Puffin' search bar.


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Ledsteplin

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What's the difference between the free and paid versions?
$3.99 :D Not sure. The free version has in app of .99 a month for Adobe Flash subscription and something else. I've never paid .99 and I have no problems with the eCards. Some are Adobe. Maybe you get a little free, then pay .99 a month for more. I don't use it for flash that often. Holidays and birthdays. But I like how it presents a desktop view of sites.


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I had the Chrome Browser on my first MacBook as well as Firefox. I used to switch around between Firefox, Google Chrome and Safari. I got a MacBook Air in December 2013 and never downloaded Google Chrome. I can't say I miss it. The personal templates were nice, but Safari is still the best browser for me. It's also handy that using Safari on MacBook Air, iPhone and iPad, I can always see tabs that are opened on other devices.

As far as bookmarks go, you can always import your Google Chrome bookmarks to Safari.
 

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I used Chrome on my 5 but since getting the 6, I've been using Safari. Chrome always worked better on another forum I'm on but I had to use Firefox on my Mac to use the moderator tools. So far, I'm not missing Chrome.
 

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I've tried all the third party browsers, but none work as well as Safari for me. Everything is integrated and works seamlessly, not so with a 3rd party app


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I've tried all the third party browsers, but none work as well as Safari for me. Everything is integrated and works seamlessly, not so with a 3rd party app


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That's a big reason for me. Nothing out there integrates as well as Safari for my iOS devices.
 

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