Google Chrome on Android now supports offline reading

Jun 21, 2018, 2:30 pm

Shreeya G.

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Everyone goes through Chrome for recent updates or other similar tasks. Each time we are worried about the internet connection which rarely stays uninterrupted.

To solve this issue, Google has introduced a new update for Chrome on Android. The mission behind this update is to enhance the browsing experience to the next level and also extend support to users to be able to work everywhere.

Google has made users from 100 countries including India, Nigeria, Indonesia and Brazil to surf the web with Chrome on Android with or without the internet connection. Chrome will automatically download the relevant articles when the device is connected to free unmetered Wi-Fi. Chrome will be downloading the content based on popular content according to the user’s location.

The users will get more relevant Google Chrome update based on their browsing history. The downloaded content can be accessed accordingly without any concern regarding network connection.

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