Google's Chrome browser has been available to Android users since February, but today the iOS crowd will finally it's chance to give Chrome a go as well. Google announced at it's day two I/O keynote today that the Chrome browser is coming to the iOS App Store today. The app will be available for both the iPhone and iPad and will support many of the same features found in the Android version, including syncing of tabs and incognito mode.
Also announced at I/O today is the availability of the Google Drive app for iOS. When Google announced Drive at the end of April, it said iOS support would be coming soon, but today is the first time that the company has mentioned anything on the matter since. A Google Drive app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch will be available today in the iOS App Store.
UPDATE: The Google Drive app is now live in the App Store. It's a universal app and is requires iOS 5.0 or later. We've got a couple of screenshots below, and you can download it from iTunes right here.
UPDATE 2: And now Chrome has made its way to the App Store as well. Like Drive, Chrome is a universal app, but Chrome only requires users be on iOS 4.3. You can download it from the App Store here.