On iOS there are no web browsers other than Safari, per the app store rules. "Chrome" / "Firefox" / etc on iOS are just basically skins on top of Webkit.
See 2.5.6 here - https://developer.apple.com/app-store/review/guidelines/
This is why you don't get any of the features / extensions / etc of Chrome or Firefox on iOS.
Apple does this so that the mobile web can never replace apps that they have a monopoly on and get a % from. If you could just visit netflix.com and have it install a Netflix SPA that worked as well as the native app, why would you ever install the native app?Rated: 8.5/10