Google is making it easier for Chrome users across the globe to access content that they need to stay on top of even when they don’t have an internet connection. Staying on top of news can be difficult when there’s no connectivity to users can’t get connected to the internet for a couple of days if they’re out of coverage area. Google has thus introduced a new way for Chrome on Android users in more than 100 countries across the globe to surf the web even when they don’t have a constant internet connection.

When users are connected to free, unmetered Wi-Fi, Chrome will automatically download relevant articles based on the content that’s popular in their location. If users are signed into Chrome, they will get articles that are relevant for them based on their browsing history.

The cached content will then be available for browsing whenever the user feels like it, even when they don’t have an internet connection. This feature is present in the latest version of Google Chrome for Android that’s now available for download from the Google Play Store.

This feature is available for users in India among other markets which include Brazil, Indonesia, Nigeria. It’s available in more than 100 countries.

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