New Google Chrome update with active “secret” reading mode, how to activate it


Technology giant Google has released Chrome 75 (75.0.3770.67) for Android. The latest version updates existing features and improves browser performance and stability. This is available for download from the Google Play Store.
With the new update, Google has also introduced a new reading mode in the Chrome browser. Incidentally, this function is hidden and is not active by default. Google borrows this feature from the Firefox browser.
Those interested in using the feature can combine it with the experimental Chrome flag. This feature can be activated via the following Chrome: // section flags / # enable-reader-mode.
After the feature is activated, the user must restart the browser to enter read mode. It was also reported that this mode also functions with news and text content. You can choose the “Page distilled” option from the drop-down menu in the top right corner of the browser.
In addition, the Google Chrome 75 version fixes a vulnerability called “bad cursor”. It has been reported that 2018 errors were misused by technology fraud sites
Meanwhile, it was recently reported that Google entered the speedometer to the navigation screen. This feature allows users to comply with the speed limit. This application warns users when they exceed the speed limit with the speedometer in the lower left corner of the screen. Google borrows this feature from Waze and is currently only available to selected users. At present, Google Maps users in the US, Belgium and Brazil can use this new speed measurement feature.

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