Chrome for Android has Google Translate integrated, and it can be used on any website written in one of the many supported languages.
Having trouble reading tiny text? Maybe the text is too big and occupies all your screen space. Here’s how to fix the problem.
Mobile sites are best on Chrome for Android only when they are properly designed. Bad mobile websites are common, and many don’t offer all features available in their desktop counterparts. You can ask Chrome for Android for a desktop site at any time by following the steps below.
This Chrome for Android tip may seem mundane to many, but it is a neat trick not all people know. Reloading a page can be done in multiple ways, but the simplest and fastest one is to simply perform a long swipe from top to bottom.
We are used to seeing the home button, tab switcher, and three-dot menu button next to the address bar, but this doesn’t have to be the case. Chrome for Android makes it possible to bring those tools to the bottom of the screen, where they can be more easily reached. Because this gives the toolbar more room, they also add search and sharing buttons to the experience. It may take some of your screen real estate, but having those shortcuts handy is mighty convenient.
You can easily turn chrome into a plain text editor. Simply enter data:text/html, <html contenteditable> in the Chrome search bar and the text editor will open up. Do keep in mind that you can’t save the text entered here, so you will have to copy and paste it somewhere safe if you want to keep it. This feature is mostly useful for striping away formatting from the copied text as the text editor only supports plain text.