Google has released the Chrome version 48 for PC that comes with a new data saver extension. At the same time, the big search engine company has also released a Chrome version 48.0.2564.87 for iOS, which will significantly increase the speed and will reduce the crash rate.
Data Saver Extension
As the name suggests – “Data Saver Extension”, this new “tool” saves data. It uses the same compression technology that the “Data Saver Mode” has on the Android version of Chrome and at the same time it’s very effective on managing and cutting down bandwidth usage on metered connections. According to Google, the Data Saver Mode in Chrome for Android saves about 100 Terabytes of data a day, which is surely a LOT of data.
It seems that using the detail section from this new tool, the users will be able to get some useful information regarding how much data they’ve saved and see which websites are using most of the data.
iOS Speed Boost
If you are an iPad or iPhone owner and you’re using Chrome for iOS to browse online, then you will surely enjoy the speed and stability that the new application comes with. It seems that, from now on, the browser will use the advantage of Apple’s WKWebView.
It seems that Google is trying to improve its browser and please the needs of the users. We’re pretty sure that everyone will notice that the Google Chrome is faster and more stable than before. With other words, from now on, the users will surely think twice the next time when they will consider changing the Chrome browser for another one.
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