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The Fix: Five super useful features in Chrome mobile

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The Fix: Five super useful features in Chrome mobile

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Sharon Vaknin shows you how to use the most useful tools and settings in Chrome for iOS and Android.

If you wanna mobile browser that's super fast and packed with features that Chrome is -- no brainer choice. To get you started here are five super useful tips. Thursday do you have a -- this is feature where if you're browsing on your desktop you can pick up exactly where you -- up on your mobile device. So -- -- not the first thing you wanna do is to sign into -- with your Google account on your desktop browser. Then when you had your phone has gone over to the menu button. And hit other devices and the browser will ask you to log in and from there you'll see this list and other devices and it which tabs you have open on them. In that same menu you have to other super useful options the first isn't request desktop site. This is great because sometimes on mobile optimize web site you lose some contacts so hit that and you'll see the full it doesn't have version of the website. This second option here is new in -- need to attack when you're browsing -- -- manager history is saved and when you close that -- All of your cookies will be deleted -- you're totally under cover. Now here's another one that you might only discover by accident -- there are two types and from the first is the one that allows you to move between. -- by just swiping on the edge of your screen. Now the second planet is in visit have a review here you can -- how -- -- just swiping them away. And finally a truly convenient feature pre loading webpages. You can find it by going to your settings then swiping down to -- away. -- you have two options. The first is to have it on only when you're connected to Wi-Fi so it doesn't in your data plan. And the second is to have -- on -- always use which is my choice because I really like to save time. Irate with these tips you should be well on -- way to mastering Chrome but if you have any questions or it's a rerun. Hit me up on Twitter and check out how would -- dot cnet.com for the written guide this tutorial. For cnet.com. I'm Sharon vaknin.

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