Google has constantly worked hard to make Google Chrome stand against other browsers like Safari, Microsoft Edge, and Firefox in the competition. Google Chrome has received timely updates throughout the years to keep its user base satisfied with the features it provides. Recently, a new “Read Later” feature has been added to the browser for the Chrome users who found it easy to use either of the rival browsers just for the sake of “Reading List” feature on Safari, “Collections” feature of Microsoft Edge, and “Pocket” app for built-in access in Mozilla Firefox.
The new feature may sound very familiar to other browser users but for people who are used to Google Chrome’s usability and smoothness, will now find it easy to mark any article, tutorial, or blogs to check out for later. This new “Read Later” feature will store the address of these web pages and save it like bookmarks but in another section like a read later list. Also, this button will be synced across all the devices which are using the same Google account in Chrome.
Google has already experimented with a lot of features to offer in Google Chrome, and finally, now it has laid emphasis on the sync option inside the browser. Anything the user saves for later, whether a video or an article, they can access it on any of their devices due to the sync option attached with the read later feature.
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