Chrome's Incognito Mode is Broken in iOS 7

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Hahah, too speed things up. HallusH link states at the bottom that, "On Chrome for iOS, due to platform limitation regular and incognito* tabs share HTML5 local storage, which is typically used by sites to store files on your device (client-side caching) or to provide offline functionality. This means the same sites can always access their data in this storage in both regular and incognito* tabs. Incognito* tabs will still keep browsing history and cookies separate from regular tabs, which are cleared once those tabs are closed."
 

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You can have chrome and use it when you want, but you cannot set it to be your default browser because... choice is bad? You can do a lot of cool stuff with chrome syncing across pretty much every platform that exist (if you are willing to allow it to).
 

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Apple users are cheering about this new amazing feature just discovered - they think it is worth the $648 additional dollars they paid for a $200 dollar phone
 
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