Posted December 8, 2016 by Garth Holden in News

Chrome for Android will add the option to save web pages and videos for offline


Google Chrome not only enjoys a popular market share on desktop, it has major traction on smartphones too. Sometimes you want to browse through things on your phone and the signal is poor, or you are travelling and don’t want to buy new a new SIM and extra data charges. Google is going to release an option for its Chrome for Android to save pages and videos for offline viewing.

No mention has been made of any limitations to the feature, but being able to download a page, video or music to go back to later sounds like a really cool feature, especially in South Africa where data costs are ludicrous.

Chrome 55 will also include performance, memory and stability fixes, as well as improvements to the contextual search UI.

Source: Kitguru

Garth Holden

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