Chrome for iOS to Receive Translation Tools, Will Bring Data Compression to All Users

Chrome for iOS to Receive Translation Tools, Will Bring Data Compression to All Users

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Today, the Google Chrome team announced that a future update for iOS will bring translation tools as well as a data compression tool. The data compression tool has been available for some time now to select users, but this update reportedly rolls it out to all.

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What to expect in the latest version of Chrome on iOS:

Data compression for Android and iOS
In the U.S. alone, more than a fifth of adult smartphone users now do most of their online browsing on their mobile device.1 Around the world, we’re seeing a similar trend towards more mobile browsing. That’s why we’ll be rolling out a new feature on Chrome for Mobile to help you reduce data usage and save money on your mobile plan. When enabled, Chrome’s data compression and bandwidth management can reduce data usage by up to 50% while browsing the web on Chrome for Android and iOS. This feature also enables Chrome’s Safe Browsing technology which helps protect you from malicious webpages.

To start saving data and turn on an even more secure browsing experience, visit “Settings” > “Bandwidth management” > “Reduce data usage.” Then simply turn the toggle to “On.” From this menu, you’ll also be able to track how much bandwidth you save each month as you browse on Chrome.


In addition, the browser will now automatically offer to translate webpages if they are in a different language, just like the Desktop version of Google Chrome.

Translate for iOS
Parlez-vous français? Not to worry. We heard your requests and will be introducing Google Translate in Chrome for iOS in the coming days. With this update, you can now translate webpages in Chrome with the click of a button on your iPhone and iPad, just as you’re used to on Chrome for desktop and Android. To translate a page into your phone or tablet’s native language, just look for the translation bar and select “Translate.”

The team says the update will be rolled out in a few days.

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Chrome for iOS to Receive Translation Tools, Will Bring Data Compression to All UsersChrome for iOS to Receive Translation Tools, Will Bring Data Compression to All Users
To fagDroid or Not to fagDroid, THAT is the Question - January 16, 2014 at 8:30am
I just LOVE IT that Google will have even greater opportunity with 'this new feature' to store EVERY SINGLE byte of your browsing.. hmm...
To Crapple or Not to Crapple, That is the Question - January 15, 2014 at 5:09pm
I wonder if even if you have unlimited data it would be a good idea to turn this feature on for faster web browsing, or would it interfere with the traditional mobile web experience enough to alter it.. hmm..
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