Many smartphone users rely on browser apps to harness the information and facilities provided by the connection to the internet. A large number opts to use Google Chrome, which is pre-loaded on many Android smartphones.
Google Chrome employs a smart search algorithm that can anticipate your query and offer variants that are displayed instantly on the screen after you type a few letters. Choose one of the suggestions to tap less, access pages that were visited in the past at a fast pace, and enjoy the ability to fill forms quickly with Autofill. Save time by tapping the microphone icon and performing a voice search.
Privacy is an important aspect in recent times, and thanks to the Incognito Mode, you can access the internet without the need to worry about deleting the cache and browser history after a session. This feature can come in quite handy when you don’t want to receive targeted advertising after visiting select websites.
The new Google Chrome update launched with improvements
Another convenient boon is the ability to sync important data like passwords, settings, and bookmarks across all the devices which run Chrome. All you need to do is sign-in with your Google account on all your devices, and everything will be at your disposal at all times.
The dedicated new tab hub offers the option to access social media platforms, news websites, or your favorite pages without the need to enter the address manually. The Tap to Search feature can be useful when you find an interesting word on a page as you can launch a search query by highlighting the word or a sentence with your finger.
Found an interesting video, photo, or webpage? Download them with a dedicated download button and enjoy offline access to them at all times. Mobile data can be saved with the help of the Lite Mode, which reduces load times and data consumption. The new Google Chrome 80.0.3987.162 update comes with new performance improvements.
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