The latest Google Chrome for Android updates is brought enhanced memory management which at this point allows the application to start 13% faster than before.

The so-called ‘freeze-dried tabs that were left open and unattended will now be saved in a special light-weight version that will take up just as much space as a screenshot and can still have the same old functionalities such as scrolling, zooming, and tapping on links. You can see the difference in the video below:

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According to Google, this new feature will allow users to get a more responsive feel while the webpage is loading up in the background. Moreover, the newest updates will bring about a lot more improved memory use while reducing crashes. Startup acceleration has become 7. 5% quicker further adding 22% better browser process performance, 8% better rendering, and 3% GPU improvements.

Google Chrome for Android brings quicker loading times