Google announced on Monday that it officially released an update to its Chrome browser client for the iPhone, iPad and Android devices.

Google's Android update packs speed and response enhancements and was built on the latest version of the V8 Javascript engine. Google says it noticed that Octane benchmarks are already reporting a 25-percent score improvement over the previous version. Chrome for Android also has additional CSS filter support. The general gist? Everything should be much smoother in the latest version.

The Chrome update for iPhone and the iPad is totally different. Google says it improved the application so that it eliminates the search URL and instead only shows you the omnibox. It won't be active to everyone who updates yet, Google said, but the changes will start to be visible in the coming weeks.