Google Chrome’s Data Saver Mode can switch HTTPS websites to Chrome Lite Pages


Google Chrome for Android has now updated to the latest version. In this latest version of Chrome, Google has made some great changes to the data saver feature which optimizes the web pages to load fast and even saves up to 90% of data. Previously, during the data saver mode, Chrome was able to compress only unsecured HTTP pages.

But in the latest version, Google has made some hard works to move toward the secured HTTPS pages to be compressed while being in data saver mode. The new version of Chrome for Android now supports Chrome Lite pages, which are named for optimized HTTPS pages. One of the major reason behind the failure to compress HTTPS pages was the way of operation of Google Chrome.

But now, Google has tweaked some changes to overcome this fault. As soon as Chrome detects that the user is running on a slower network or in 2G connectivity or the page took more than 5 seconds to load, Data Saver enabled automatically and send the URL of the page to the Google Servers. From there, they are changes into an optimized way and then sends back to Chrome in the form of Lite Pages.

And that’s all how the Chrome’s Lite Pages feature works. After this update, the data saver mode is more secure than ever by pulling HTTPS pages. Also, this process works automatically and don’t need any users interventions. And so, it is a more secure way to access the web on data saver mode.

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