Google Chrome No Longer Supporting Third-Party Keyboards on iPhone

Google has recently released a new version of Chrome for iOS that comes with several improvements and fixes, but at the same time, it also removes support for third-party keyboards on Apple’s mobile platforms.

Third-party keyboards have been around for a while on both iOS and Android, with SwiftKey in particular being one of the most successful applications of its kind currently available on mobile platforms.

But it’s not a secret that, on iOS, such apps have been quite … (read more)

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