Google has done the almost-inconceivable: released Chrome web browser for iOS onto the App Store. Originally announced at Google's I/O conference Thursday, through Google's innate desire to dominate the computing landscape comes the mobile version of the company's PC/Mac Internet browsing solution popularly acclaimed for its minimalistic features and speed. Bringing over the simplistic interface Chrome fans have grown to love or hate, the app feels familiar to its desktop counterpart with the addition of a slick new card-based tab browsing interface for iPhone/iPod touch (along with a more customary option of tapping tabs or swiping on the iPad).
Pastebot [App Store, $2.99], the must-have utility for your iPhone has just been updated to allow users to sync more than one device with their Mac at the same time. The original version of Pastebot would only sync one device, causing problems for people who picked up an iPad to compliment their stable of Apple products.
The big giant brains over at Tapbots—makers of such lovely apps as Weightbot and Convertbot—have just released their latest creation, Pastebot [App Store, $1.99]. Pastebot is a clipboard manager which allows you to store and organize text and images copied on your iPhone or iPod touch. Clippings saved in the app can be copied into other apps, sent via email, or even synced to your Mac using Pastebot Sync. You can also do some really fancy things like apply "find & replace" filters on text or convert an image to black & white using one of 14 filters.
Of course, just as you'd expect from the geniuses at Tapbots, it's incredibly beautiful.