Google has introduced a new and useful feature to its Chrome browser on Android. The new feature allows your Chrome browser to save things like news articles when your device is connected to the Internet, in order to make them available for offline viewing.
Below is how the company explained the new functionality in a recent blog post:
When youâ€™re connected to free, unmetered WiFi, Chrome will automatically download relevant articles, based on what content is most popular in your location. If youâ€™re signed into Chrome, youâ€™ll also get articles that are relevant to you, based on your browsing history. This downloaded content is then available whenever you want to access it, even if you donâ€™t have a connection.
Google says the feature is specifically aimed at its Next Billion Users (NBU) markets, and has been made available to users in over 100 countries, including India, Nigeria, Indonesia, and Brazil.
Where Can I Download It?
You can get the latest Chrome for Android app from the Google Play Store. If you are yet to get the updated version, just relax as the update will soon get to you.