A few days ago, Netflix released a feature which makes binging better. Offline movie downloads allow you to watch shows on an Android handset even when there is no internet connection. You just need to download them to your handset and then go about your daily duties. But, what if you can also download everything on your Android handset, without worrying about connectivity?
Fortunately, Google has got that covered if you are on Android. Google will now allow you to download web pages music, and videos for offline viewing. You will be able to see your downloads and share them to your browser.
The offline download features are available in the unstable version of Chrome called Chrome Canary for now. However, Google ready to release the stable version for Android. To download the web pages or the media content. The content that is downloaded is then stored in downloads.
This version of Chrome (Chrome 55) also come with quite a number of fixes for stability, memory and performance issues. Moreover, the Chrome team didn’t forget to include great add-ons to the application. The team has introduced 4 features on their latest version of Chrome.
Apart from the ability to download full web pages and media content while offline. The second feature relates to offline viewing. It enables users to view and also share things that they have downloaded in Google Chrome.
The Download button is found in the overflow menu of the application. It’s represented by a downward-arrow icon. It is good to note that downloading offline videos is not applicable to YouTube media. All the downloaded content is arranged and stored chronologically in the Downloads tab.
Additionally, the app has the ability to detect erroneous spelling mistakes in the text fields. This can prove to be more helpful especially for the users who are particular when it comes to sending spelling error-free messages.
Finally, the app brings has improved the contextual search UI. It has introduced a minor tweak at the user interface that is expected to enhance a seamless user experience.
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