Google Chrome for Android brings the link preview function
Apple previously brought the link preview function to the Safari browser during the iOS update, that is, long-pressing the link will pop up a preview of the corresponding link page in the form of a floating window.
This feature can help users quickly understand the content of the link without opening it because as long as the preview window is released when the window is floating, it will automatically disappear without closing.
Now Google wants to bring similar features to Android users, and the link preview function of Google Chrome for Android will finally be available to all users after two years of development.
It is worth noting that the link preview function was actually developed by Google two years ago, but no one knows why it took so long for Google to get it done.
This feature helps users quickly understand the content of the link. This is not an excellent technique, but it may help some users who frequently browse the web to improve their efficiency.
At present, Google Chrome for Android has launched this feature in full, and Google completes the adjustment directly through the back-end server, so users do not need to upgrade the browser.