The Chrome browser is one of the best browser for Android and iOS users. But Chrome browser consumes more data than any other browser. Now, Google has updated its Chrome for Android that is claimed to help save data usage up to 70 percent. Tal Oppenheimer, product manager for Google chrome has announced that the browser removes most of images when page is loading on a slow network. When the page is fully loaded, now users can tap to show individual images or all images. Data compression is gradually becoming a standard feature of modern mobile browsers, it’s saved a lot of data usage. Recently, “Opera Max” has introduced new data-management app for Android, that optimizes streaming music apps to save data usage.
How to activate data saver mode on chrome for Android
Step 1: First of all, open Google Chrome on your smartphone or tablet.
Step 2: Tap on three dots menu that shown on the top right corner of the screen.
Step 3: Now, tap on the settings, here you can see “Data Saver” under advanced settings option.
Step 4: Now, on the top right, you can see toggle to turn on or off the feature. In this screenshot the feature is already activated, it will show the graph of monthly data consumption. It will also show the original size after compression and the amount of data saved.
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