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Google has introduced new Lite pages for its web browser Chrome that would load pages faster and work better with Android’s data saver feature.

“To show users when a page has been optimised, Chrome now shows in the URL bar that a Lite version of the page is being displayed,” the company wrote in a blog post on Tuesday.


Chrome automatically disables Lite pages on a per-site or per-user basis when it detects that users frequently opt to load the original page.


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“We use built-in optimisations and Google servers to improve page loading. These optimisations are only applied when the network’s effective connection type is ‘2G’ or ‘slow-2G’ or when Chrome estimates the page load will take more than five seconds,” the post said.

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For developers, the search engine giant has recommended tools like “PageSpeed Insights” and “WebPage Test” to evaluate and improve the performance of their web pages. (IANS)


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