Google Chrome Canary is revealing a Read Later feature to save articles on Android

Google has unobtrusively been trying a Read Later feature for Chrome on Android, and it would appear that the search giant is getting near to turning it out in a future stable form for everybody.

With the release of Chrome 90, which is as of now in the Canary channel, Google has included a Read Later feature on Android. This feature is available on the Canary channel even without empowering a feature flag.

Basically, Read Later works by permitting clients to save a web page to be read at a later time. In the event that you’ve ever utilized a service like Pocket, it’s essentially an extravagant method to save bookmarks. By chance, Firefox has deep integration with Pocket, in light of the fact that Mozilla procured the service back in 2017.

Strangely, Google Chrome has had a working Read Later feature on iOS since 2017, yet not on Android or PC. Notwithstanding, in the middle of a year ago, we really found that Google was working on a Read Later feature for Chrome for Android.

The feature is quite simple to utilize. At the point when you need to save a link, press and hold on a link, and the typical activities will be listed, including “Open in new tab.” You’ll likewise see another “Read later” option. Articles that you’ve saved can be found in your Bookmarks, where you’ll see a “Reading list” folder.

It’s not the most energizing feature Google has ever acquainted with Chrome, yet it does possibly make clients less dependent on comparable “read it later” services.

Google recently presented Chrome 88, which presented tab search and improved password protections. The last feature makes it simple to recognize and fix weak passwords, as well as update various usernames and passwords at once.

With Chrome 88 now accessible, we actually have a few versions to go before a Read Later feature is all the more generally accessible. However, when it opens up, we’ll make certain to tell you.

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