Chrome needs no introduction, but some more features, yes. For example in the desktop version (for PC, Mac, Linux and Chrome OS) and Android the possibility to use the "Read after" function is missing, which has been integrated for some time in the version of Chrome for iOS. As the name implies, it allows you to insert a web page in the "Reading List" for subsequent consultation (without resorting to the Download / Save page as function).
Google seems intent on partially filling this gap with the next version of the browser for desktop systems: references to the "Read later" mode have been found in fact in version 86 of the browser, which is currently in beta and whose release is expected in stable version between September and October. The option is listed among the experimental options of the new version, but it was not possible to activate it on all platforms.
The bug tracker dedicated to the new function merely confirms its operation: allows users to save cards for later reading. Enable a new button and menu to access saved tabs.
Pending developments, both Chrome desktop users and those who use the Android version can follow the alternative routes reported by Google to read the pages later and offline. Remember that among the new features of Chrome 86 for desktop is also the new function that allows you to force the playback of movies in SD format to save battery.
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