The latest Chrome version for Android allows users to view webpages without tapping their links.
The multinational company that specializes in Internet-related services has co instantly been adding features to its Chrome browser.
While this is not an important component, it can be helpful to those who often talk different links on different site, you will no longer have to open a new tab for each link, as you will be able to read the full webpage behind your link from within your currents tab.
How To Preview Links In Chrome For Android
You can access the link preview feature from the Chrome context menu.
- Open a webpage where you have a link in your chrome on your Android device
- Instead of tapping the link straight up, tap and hold on the link
- Choose the preview page from the context menu that appears.
- A pane will open from the bottom, this pane shows the webpage behind your tapped link
- You can close this pane by tapping X in the top right of the pane.
- To open the link for this webpage, tap the link icon near X.
If you don’t see the preview link option, you should consider upgrading the older version of the browser from your Google play store. You must be on version 89 or later to be able to use the preview option.