Google Chrome On Android Can Cache Content For Offline Reading

Google Chrome On Android Can Cache Content For Offline Reading

Google Chrome On Android Can Cache Content For Offline Reading

Speaking about the new update, Amanda Boss, Product Manager, Offline Chrome for Android said, "When you're connected to free, unmetered WiFi, Chrome will automatically download relevant articles, based on what content is most popular in your location". Or, if you're signed into your Google Account, Chrome will use your browsing history to download relevant stories. New feature automatically downloads any information, then the user can see it, if you cannot connect to the Internet.

With the new "surf web without internet" features, Google Chrome will now automatically download the content which will be available alongside all of your downloaded content so that you can access the web at anytime, without an active internet connection. Soon this update will be available to users from other countries.

Google has recently launched the latest feature for Android device users in India.

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Google is making it easier for Chrome users across the globe to access content that they need to stay on top of even when they don't have an internet connection. You will get an update option there through which you can access offline chrome.

How Will Google Download Relevant Articles?

The catch here is that the feature downloads articles based on the most popular content in your location, or your browsing history for stories which may interest you. For this, you can go to play store and search for Chrome. The company needs to be careful here, as it is possible that Chrome will automatically download articles that the user doesn't want or need. Google has already been setting up free WiFi points all around the country, and has claimed that the latest "surf web without internet" feature will save up to 70 per cent of your data spendings.

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