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Android Users To Surf The Web Without A Constant Internet Connection.

Google introduced a new feature for its Android devices that would let users in India and several other countries surf the web without a constant Internet connection.



On the 21st of June Google presented a new feature for its Android devices that would give users the access in India and a few different nations to surf the web without the need of a steady Web connection.

Started for Chrome on Android clients in India alongside 100 other nations including Nigeria, Indonesia, and Brazil, the feature will enable the users to surf web in areas with no or spotty web connections.

“When you’re connected to free, unmetered Wi-Fi, Chrome will automatically download relevant articles, based on what content is most popular in your location,” said Amanda Boss, Product Manager, and Offline Chrome for Android. 

For users who are already signed in, Chrome will likewise reserve important and relevant articles in view of the perusing history with the goal that the user can read them when there is no web connection in the phone. This feature is now accessible in the most recent version of Chrome.

The feature case to set aside 70 per cent of the user’s data and with the data saver mode on, Chrome downloads the content that it assumes to be generally applicable.

At the point when the Data Saver is on, the most part of the web traffic goes through Google servers before being downloaded to that specific device and Google servers compress it so less data gets downloaded to the user's device.

Aside from this, Google likewise has a data saving application also that goes by the name of - Datally- it provides the user with a few different ways to control the data usage in their smartphones. The application accompanies highlights like: ability to set daily data usage limit, set a guest mode to see how much data a friend uses, highlighting the unused apps that may be eating up your data, data usage history, WiFi finder on map and many more.


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