Dec 07 AT 2:33 PM Nick Sarafolean 0 Comments

Chrome for Android adds ability to download content for offline viewing


Google has announced a new update for Chrome for Android. This update adds several improvements, but the most notable is the new ability to download content for offline viewing. This content can include music, videos, and even full web pages, allowing users to quickly save content that they find and then freely view it at another time. In particular, this might be useful for those who frequently fly, allowing the ability to easily download articles through Chrome before takeoff.

Additionally, the ability to view and share downloads has been improved and Chrome will now highlight misspelled words in text fields. Google has also worked to improve the contextual search UI, making it easier and faster than ever. As always, the update comes with bug fixes and performance boosts to create a better overall experience.

Check out Google’s release announcement at the source link below.

Source: Chrome Releases

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