Chrome on Android will now save up to 70 percent of data

It’s been over a year since Google launched data savings for Chrome on mobile, a feature that can be switched on by users if they’re on a slow connection. How does it do this? Internet usage is becoming increasingly prevalent on smartphones, and last January Google helped out users on a bandwidth budget by introducing a Data Saver mode. The new improvised data saver in Chrome will let you choose the images you want to see after the page has loaded, thus making the browsing experience fast and less costly. The implementation is very clean in that it allows you to easily load a specific image on a page by tapping its placeholder, which is good for those articles or pages where seeing the image is imperative. The two announcements…

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