Google Chrome for Android has just gained a new feature. Google Chrome Lite is a "data saver" version, however, the new version already supports https pages.
The new functionality is not exactly new, however, the Mountain View company has improved Internet browsing for all web pages. The goal is to make a web page with a bad internet connection open quickly.
This "Lite" version will automatically enter as soon as internet speed is less than 2G (less than 8Mbit / s). This tool will also help to keep you safe on the internet by deleting page data that is not really needed.
Therefore, when you browse "lite" Google indicates that you will not have access to cookies, login data or any other user data. It will only contain the information that is present on the page and where it came from for statistical data of the website being visited.
Google Chrome Lite for Android is a simple feature to enable
To enable Google Chrome Lite functionality you just need to enable data saving. Also confirm that your Google Chrome is the latest version published on the Google Play Store.
How to enable Google Chrome Lite functionality
- Open Chrome
- Click on the 3 points in the upper right corner
- Go to "settings"
- Slide "Data Saver" to the bottom
- Activate functionality and you're ready to navigate Lite when needed
In short, this is a quality function for when network service is not the best. I am often in terrible places when it comes to the carrier network and this little trick is sure to help.
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