Google Chrome is trying out a ‘down load later' feature: here's how to enable it

Edgar Cervantes / Android Authority

  • Google is presently testing a "down load later" feature for Chrome.

  • The function will let users agenda downloads.

  • It's only available in Canary builds hidden behind a flag.

Google Chrome on Android will soon let users time table downloads, without problems transforming the browser into a file down load manager.As spotted by Techdows (via XDA-Developers), the recent characteristic will ask users if files might be downloaded when connected to a Wi-Fi community, or at a specific date and time. This is especially useful for those on restrictive data plans, or those with limitless data at exact intervals of the day.This feature adds to Google Chrome's rudimentary down load options at this time, which asks for the file's saved vicinity but little else.While the scheduling feature is not yet available on stable builds, that you could get it by switching on the "Enable download later" flag in the Canary build of Google Chrome 86.

Google Chrome is still Android's most used browser, with greater than 60% market-share in response to Statcounter. This little characteristic will likely add to its popularity.


Dated : 2021-02-15 23:52:47

Category : Apps News

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