Google has been offering a beta version of the Chrome for iOS app fro some time now via Apple’s TestFlight system, which is a beta distribution service that Apple integrated with their developer services last year.

This works alongside Google’s other beta and development channels for Android, Mac, Windows, and Linux.

Normally, the amount of people who can take part in TestFlight is limited to just 2,000 users, however, Google seems to allow pretty much anyone to take part in the beta by simply visitingGoogle’s Chrome beta download page on an iOS device.

Today, you can download the latest Chrome beta will have been dubbed version 47.0.2526.53 and brings not only the reading list feature that we mentioned in the title, but also 3D touch on the iPhone 6s, some new additional Bluetooth keyboard shortcuts and a range of other new features.

To be specific, the 3D Touch features allows you to deep press on the Home screen icon within the app to access functions like opening a tab, searching with your voice and switching to an incognito mode easily.

We don’t yet know when these features will be launched alongside the normal version of Chrome for iOS.

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