I've never been a big fan of Safari as the browser on my iPhone of iPad. To say that I was excited to hear that Chrome was coming to iOS is an understatement. No more using Safari or messing around with the Dolphin browser.
When I first got my hands on Chrome iOS I was really pleased with the overall look and feel of the browser. It handles smoothly on my iPhone and on the iPad it looks great. I was also very pleased to find that I can sign in and that would sync all my bookmarks, history and tabs from my PC Chrome to my iProducts.
A massive plus for me was that you could use the URL bar as a search bar. Something that Safari at this stage seems to be ingnoring. It's not a big deal, unless you are like me and you Google life as you go through it. But saying that I found nothing more annoying than opening a new tab in Safari and then I'm immediately in the search bar and not the URL bar.
If you are on iPhone using Chrome switching between tabs could not be easier. Just slide your finger to the left or right over your screen and you switch between your open tabs. The menu button drops down to give you a few options of which incocnito browsing is one.
It is a slight bit slow. Espeacially on Java-Script heavy sites. That is if you notice this. Most people will not even notice the speed difference. If you are a huge Chrome fan on your desktop you will want to use Chrome iOS. The fact that it can sync with your desktop chrome for bookmarks, history and tabs effortlessly makes it awesome. If the app crashes you get a "restore tabs" prompt when you open the app again. It's small things like this that lets you see how much time and effort was put into the development of Chrome iOS.
I can see the minor speed problem being sovled with an update in the near future. But I have to say that Chrome iOS will not have me running back to Safari of Dolphin, ever.