Google Chrome’s New ‘Secret’ Reader Mode

Google Chrome’s New ‘Secret’ Reader Mode

The tech giant ‘Google’ has released its latest version of Google Chrome named as version 75 (75.0.3770.67). This latest version of Google Chrome browser is now available for Android, Linux, Chrome OS, and Windows. The Google Chrome version 75 updates some of the existing features resulting in the performance and the stability improvements to the browser. But, the latest version of the Google Chrome browser lacks the user facing features as compared to its previous version.

With this new update, Google has also launched its one of the amazing feature of Firefox browser known as ‘Reader Mode’. While this feature of Reader Mode is still not active by default but is hidden, the user must turn it on with the help of Chrome’s experimental flags. All the new features and the updates included under this new version of Google Chrome browser are centered on adding various new APIs and updating existing features.

How To Activate The ‘Reading Mode’

Those users who are interested in using this feature can easily turn on this feature with the help of Chrome’s experimental flags. The feature of ‘Reading Mode’ can be switched on with the help of the following route-

Chrome: //flags/#enable-reader-mode section.

After this feature is switched on, the user will be needed to relaunch the browser so that they can enter the Reader Mode. According to the early reports of this feature, this mode can work with news stories along with the text based content too. Anyone using this latest version of Google Chrome browser can simply select ‘Distill Page’ option from the dropdown menu which is present on the browser’s top right corner.

Along with these features, the new update of Google Chrome browser fixes the security bug known as ‘evil cursor’ bug. This bug has been reported by many users, as it misuses the technology scam sites a previous year.

Besides this, it has been reported that Google has also introduced a speedometer option on the navigation screen. This feature will help the user to stay within their speed limits. If the users are exceeding the speed limit then the app will warn the user, with the help of speedometer placed on the lower left corner of the screen. This Speedometer feature has been currently available for some of the selected features only, and they have borrowed this feature from Waze. Currently, the users of the US, Belgium, and Brazil using Google Maps can use this new speedometer feature.


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