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Chrome for Android now allows users to save offline content on WiFi

Chrome for Android now allows users to save offline content on WiFi
Google has just announced that a new version of Chrome is now available on Android devices, which brings an important new feature and some under the hood enhancements. Obviously, the most important is the option to save offline content while you're connected to a WiFi network.

According to Google, Chrome for Android enables users from more than 100 countries, including Brazil, India, Indonesia, and Nigeria, to surf the web even without a constant internet connection. The Android browser automatically downloads relevant articles when you're connected to free, unmetered WiFi, based on the content that is most popular in your location.

Moreover, users who are signed into Chrome will also receive articles that are relevant to them based on their browsing history. After Chrome downloads the content, you will be able to access it, even when you're not connected to the internet.

The new feature comes with the latest Chrome for Android update that's been released in the Google Play Store, but keep in mind that it's not available in all countries.

source: Google


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