As an iOS app developer, when your users want to access web content, you currently have two options: create your own in-app web browser frame, or send users away from your app to a browser. With Chrome’s OpenInChromeController class with x-callback, users can open a web page in Chrome and then return to your app with just one tap.
Additionally, the OpenInChromeController class lets you detect if Chrome is installed and specify if a new tab should be opened. More details on its functionality can be found here.
In the example below, a user opened a weblink from YouTube in Chrome. Notice the button at the top left to go back to the YouTube app.