As some have rightfully noticed, iOS remains the first choice for developers when it comes to launching apps or testing new designs. Two of the most recent examples include Flickr – who launched their iOS app first and followed up with the Android app and a desktop redesign – and Google with the new Maps design. I recently noticed another example on YouTube: while loading a new video or a search page, the site shows a thin progress bar underneath the address bar, just like the one found in Chrome for iOS and in the Google Search app. The color is different – a red hue to match YouTube’s logo – but the concept is similar. For now it only shows up while using Chrome, but it will probably extend to other desktop browsers soon.