Google updated Chrome browser on Android to make the browsing experience more bearable for people in developing countries with slow Internet speeds.
It is being implemented to stop strong data on the portable version of the browser. As a result, it now uses much less data than ever before. Videos MP4, for example, chewing up data less than 67 percent than before when I played in Chrome. Google estimates that in one week of testing, and they gave up to 138 terabytes of data.
It can also automatically detect whether the user is coming from a slower connection speeds improve HTTP sites in saving up to 90 percent of the data process. Loads pages up to twice the speed as well.
The following is what Google calls “a new experience for download.” By doing this, users will be able to save web, music, photos and videos pages for later viewing. These data remain within Chrome will resume the download automatically as soon as the user connect to the Internet again.
Also when you open Chrome now, apart from the usual reference sites, you will also see what is currently trending and recently downloaded pages, just by scrolling to the bottom of the main screen.
And last but not least, Google News is often forgotten and also get laid Lite for use on slower connections. It also can automatically kick in once reveals a slower connection, reducing the interface to a minimum.
When turned on, users will see only what is important, without the inclusion of images to increase download speeds.
Changes were announced as part of the “Google India” event, which was designed for people who come online with a connection is not that fast. Changes available to a pilot version of Chrome already, together with the final statement of reach in a few days.
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