Chrome 65 for Android Introduces Language Preferences
Google is now rolling out Chrome 65 for Android devices through the Play Store. The upgraded browser introduces a handful of new tools. Primarily, users will be able to set language preferences for web content in the settings screen. Further, web surfers can turn on the simplified view prompt for all supported articles via the accessibility settings. Last, the downloads screen makes it easier too share and delete downloaded web sites. Chrome 65 is free to download from the Google Play Store.
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