It will be based on featured information, be followed by many in your local area and if you’re logged into Chrome, it will also use your browsing history to determine which articles are appropriate for you. you more.
Google loves to guess what users of its service want, from Chrome to block autoplaying videos based on the owner’s browsing habits, to identify your friends and family in photos and to suggest Share that photo for them. These features are very convenient, but sometimes they also make us feel that our privacy has been violated.
Now, the search engine giant is launching a similar feature for Chrome on Android. Targeted to countries where mobile data is limited, such as India or Brazil, this feature will automatically download new articles and news whenever users are connected to Wi- Fi free or no code set.
This browser will download the highlights and your following in your local area, and if you are signed in to Chrome, it will also use your browsing history to determine which articles are available. more suitable for you. The downloaded information will be saved to the “popular pages from Chrome” section of the download page, where users can view without Internet.
This feature has now been integrated into the latest version of Chrome for Android for over 100 countries around the world. Please visit the Play Store and see if you are in this category.
Tuấn Hưng / Neowin
* Source: Young intellectuals