Google Chrome for Android will soon get Follow button

0

Google Chrome is no doubt the browser of choice for the vast majority of users out there. And Android holds its lead as the operating system with the highest userbase. The Chrome browser introduced Discover for quite a while now. Since its inception, the feed saw some updates and improvements over the years. And now, Google Chrome for Android adds Follow button to the browser. This would let the user follow any website of their choice.

Chrome Follow button

Related: How to Fix Chrome Page Unresponsive Issue

Google lets the user follow topics using the Google app. The ‘Discover’ feed on the Chrome browser also keeps the user updated about the things they like to hear. Only one thing the browser lacked was the ability for a user to manually follow a website of their choice. If things proceed at the current pace, we might see one such feature with the Chrome browser for Android.

Your Interest Google Chrome DiscoverThe new Follow button was spotted on the Canary version of Chrome. With this button, users can follow a website with ease. Whenever a user visits a website, a Follow button will be displayed in the top-right corner. The Follow button is also listed under the share button, as you can see from the screenshots.

The most fun thing about this whole thing is that we didn’t have to turn on any Chrome flags to use the feature. It came in as a feature rather than an experiment for the Canary version of Chrome (which in itself is an experiment). Something even fun is that we weren’t able to use this feature on most devices we tested (even though we installed the Canary version of Chrome on all of them). So yeah, we are curious about whether it would work on your device. So why don’t you give it a try? You can download the Canary version of Chrome on your Android device from the Google Play Store.

Chrome Canary (Unstable): Google Play

Also Read: Chrome Beta on iOS gets biometric verification for Incognito tabs

Now that we can confirm that feature is almost out of its beta, and we hope it will soon hit Chrome users across the globe (at least the Android users). We’d also like to hear your thought on the same, so do let us know in the comments.

Previous articleXiaomi launches Mi TV Q1 with a built-in Chromecast
Next articleHow to setup “Phone Hub” on your Chromebook

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here