Google chrome soon going to provide articles and news for offline reading.
Google is now making its browser chrome more efficient and responsive by updating its features. They will use Wi-fi to download the relevant articles which would filter based on the history of users browsing.
After successfully download user can read his favourite articles and news in offline mode. Apparently, the feature is only released for the Android version of chrome, Windows and iOS is yet to get this update from Google. The feature has been in released which include more than 100 countries on the list.
Earlier this month Google also come up with several other updates like augmented reality (VR), Virtual reality (VR) for Android to include in mobile devices. Amanda Boss, Product Manager said in a press statement “While you are connected to a free Wi-fi, popular articles will be loaded in chrome dashboard based on your location”.
You can access the content in the download section of the chrome. You can even choose how many articles you need daily to read in spare time.
Back in 2016, Google did something like this and provided users with songs, videos and even web pages to download and view in offline mode. With some more work, it was improvised and presented with a ‘download later’ option in 2017 which made it more responsive and user-friendly.
Users don’t need to have any specific version of Android or any requirement to enable this feature. Although, they do need to update Google Chrome.
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