Greetings from Mi Community Bangladesh Tech Team. Chrome on Android has plenty of little hidden features and tweaks that you might never have even thought about. You also may not have not realized that many of these options are available without even having to enable a setting or make tweaks.
In This list of Chrome tips and tricks for Android users contains easy-to-follow, useful tidbits that might help enhance your entire mobile browsing experience.
So here are our top 10 tips and tricks for Chrome on Android:
1.Enable Dark Mode
As part of the Android 10 update, Chrome on Android will automatically change the accent color of your Chrome browser to match your current system theme.
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2.Move Search Bar To The Bottom
With smartphones generally getting taller, this might be one of the most valuable tips to enhance your Chrome experience on Android. Plus, it’s also worth noting that Google has been experimenting with moving the main address bar and navigation controls to the bottom as part of “Chrome Duet.”
3.Swipe Between Open Tabs
When Google removed the quick-switch ability that let you swipe from one side of a page to another, we’re sure that many of you were disappointed. But did you know that you can just swipe along the address bar to switch between tabs?
You can also pull down from the address bar to access all of your hidden tabs. This is an excellent little time saver for mobile browsing, and one we’re sure that you won’t be able to live without once you start using it daily.
4.Pull Down To Refresh A Page
This is really basic but it’s darned useful. If you want to refresh a page, you can just pull down from the top to refresh and reload the entire contents — great for pages that are updating live, but not quite fast enough.
5.Disable Or Enable The Home Button
This one is a little bit different depending on your device, as some manufacturers will enable the “Home” button on Chrome by default.
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6.Reduce Mobile Data Usage
If you are concerned about your data limit or are planning on traveling using data roaming, then the in-built data saver mode might be something you’ll want to enable on your device. The “Lite” mode has been around for a while, but can actually boost page loading speed, as most of the web-page crud is cut out.To enable this data-saving mode, head to Settings Lite mode Toggle on.
7.Download Pages For Offline Access
On top of the data saver mode, Chrome for Android also has the ability to download pages for offline viewing making this perfect for areas where cell reception is poor or nonexistent.
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8.Mute Or Block Website Audio
If you want total silence on certain (annoying) sites that have auto-playing audio or video, you can actually block the sound from being a nuisance. Just head into Settings Site Settings Sound.
9.Search Text By Highlighting
To make searching on Chrome on Android far easier, just highlight a piece of text, and you can tap and search for that word or phrase directly no extra steps necessary.
10.Force Zoom On Any Website
That fact that your smartphone has a reasonably small screen means that you might want to pinch, swipe, and tap to zoom in on text, images, and other portions of a website.
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What is your favorite tip or trick for Chrome on Android?
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