Google Chrome is as popular on iOS and Android as it is on its desktop counterparts. However, there is one hefty feature that is available on the mobile versions; the feature is known as Data Saver and as the name suggests it is present in the phone versions to make sure you don’t end up using too much of your precious mobile data. By turning this feature on, you’ll basically enable compression in the browser, enabling this feature won’t have any negative impact on the performance or how websites are viewed. However, you will get to save hundreds, maybe even thousands of your precious megabytes.

Take a look below to understand how to activate Google Chrome’s Data Saver feature on Android and iOS.

For Android

  • Launch the Chrome app; once launched, tap the 3 dots on the top right and then choose ‘Settings’ from the drop down.
  • Scroll down in the menu that opens and choose Data Saver.
  • Simply turn it on.

For iOS 

  • Open the Chrome on your iDevice.
  • Tap on the three circles on top right.
  • Choose Settings from the drop down menu.
  • Scroll down and find the Bandwidth option.
  • Tap it and when it opens; tap on Data Saver and then turn it on.