Google brings autofill to Chrome for iOS, improves it on Android

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Jamie Rigg
November 15th, 2013
Google brings autofill to Chrome for iOS, improves it on Android

There are two types of people in this world: those who like the convenience of autofill, and those who don't think a browser should double as a PA. For the former group, Google's updating its mobile Chrome apps today, and autophilics will be pleased to hear the feature is being added to iOS, with form data from other devices synced up for immediate use. Chrome for Android received autofill abilities earlier this year, but today's update should "further streamline online forms" to save you a little bit more time. Retailers need to adopt this "faster checkout flow" on their end (Betabrand is in from the get-go), but with the holidays coming up, we're sure several sites will want to make those last-minute purchases as painless as possible. Now, we're off to order some Catan socks.

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