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Google Chrome for iOS soon have Safari Reading List feature

Published on 27 March 17
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Earlier today, Google delayed the stable version of Chrome 57

to Mac, Windows, and Linux users. This simply means new Chrome version for iOS is next around the corner which is one of the feature which arrive because of that update Reading List that is quite similar to currently support feature of Safari.

Chrome’s latest feature Reading List is now accessible from the menu in the upper-right corner. All you need to do is just to tap the three dots and you’ll see the new reading list option appear. Just next to the Reading List option you will see the option of unread articles which are regains in the queue.

When you send, an article into your reading list, it will appear in a new Reading List interface. This option splits items you’ve saved into Unread and Pages You’ve Read sections, which makes it easy to manage everything. This is something that not there even in Apple’s current Reading List.

Google Chrome for iOS soon have Safari Reading List feature - Image 2

image by : 9to5mac


Apart from that, Google Chrome’s latest feature is very similar to what’s currently supported in Safari on iOS and macOS. Currently, Chrome on the desktop not supporting first-party Reading List functionality. However, there are few extensions that provide almost similar functionalities.

Google is testing this feature in the Chrome Beta for iOS so it’s very clear that this functionality will make its way to the stable release sometime soon in the near future. It’s like that the feature may change little bit before it launches to the public, though. However, given the name similarity with Apple’s own Reading List so the name might be changed in the final release.

So, when Chrome for iOS is available on the App Store and you can download it now to ensure that you have the Reading List feature when it becomes available.

Google Chrome for iOS soon have Safari Reading List feature - Image 1

Earlier today, Google delayed the stable version of Chrome 57 to Mac, Windows, and Linux users. This simply means new Chrome version for iOS is next around the corner which is one of the feature which arrive because of that update Reading List that is quite similar to currently support feature of Safari.

Chrome’s latest feature Reading List is now accessible from the menu in the upper-right corner. All you need to do is just to tap the three dots and you’ll see the new reading list option appear. Just next to the Reading List option you will see the option of unread articles which are regains in the queue.

When you send, an article into your reading list, it will appear in a new Reading List interface. This option splits items you’ve saved into Unread and Pages You’ve Read sections, which makes it easy to manage everything. This is something that not there even in Apple’s current Reading List.

Google Chrome for iOS soon have Safari Reading List feature - Image 2

image by : 9to5mac

Apart from that, Google Chrome’s latest feature is very similar to what’s currently supported in Safari on iOS and macOS. Currently, Chrome on the desktop not supporting first-party Reading List functionality. However, there are few extensions that provide almost similar functionalities.

Google is testing this feature in the Chrome Beta for iOS so it’s very clear that this functionality will make its way to the stable release sometime soon in the near future. It’s like that the feature may change little bit before it launches to the public, though. However, given the name similarity with Apple’s own Reading List so the name might be changed in the final release.

So, when Chrome for iOS is available on the App Store and you can download it now to ensure that you have the Reading List feature when it becomes available.

This blog is listed under Development & Implementations and Mobility Community

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