Google has released an update for its Chrome for iOS browser, available on the App Store for those who don't prefer Apple's Safari.

The version 26.0.1410.50 update adds for a better experience on the iPhone and iPod touch version. Specifically, you can now take web pages full screen by removing the toolbar from the screen by scrolling up.

This is similar to the full-screen mode Google already offers on the Mountain Lion version of the browser. To get the toolbar back, you can quickly re-access it by scrolling down.

Additionally, for all devices, Google has added the ability to print web pages using either Google's Cloud Print or Apple's built-in AirPrint. You can also save any web page as a PDF to Google Drive for easy access later.

You can find the update on the App Store with stability and security improvements on-top of the new features.