Google rolls out offline reading feature for Chrome on Android

Google Chrome On Android Can Cache Content For Offline Reading

The functionality lets the browser save stuff like news articles when your device is connected to the Internet, so that they can be made available for offline viewing. If youre signed into Chrome, youll also get articles that are relevant to you, based on your browsing history. Today, Google announced that Chrome for Android users in India along with more than 100 countries including Indonesia, Nigeria, and Brazil, will no longer need a steady internet connection to browse the web.

Users are advised to update to the latest version of Chrome via the Google Play Store for the new feature.

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Now you can read articles on Google Chrome when you are offline and this is just because Google Chrome has received an offline-focused feature that has potentials to start making content offline for you on Android. 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. These regions are selected by the company to test new features due to the lack of available fast mobile Internet. If you select the three dots located on the top right-hand side, you will view the option captioned Downloads. The browser will also download content based on the browsing history of the relevant user.

Google Chrome will download the relevant articles automatically when you are connected to any free and unmetered WiFi connection. In India, this exponential growth in the number of first-time Internet users has been achieved with the help of development in 4G LTE infrastructure thanks to a certain carrier, widespread availability of cheap 4G-ready devices and other factors. As per reports, the new feature saves up to 70 percent of your data.

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