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How to enable Google Chrome Reading List on Android

Google Chrome's Reading List feature debuted on the iPhone and finally hit the desktop. For some reason, it took a while for it to appear on Android. If you like this feature, it can be activated instantly.

Chrome Reading List feature on Android is only available via "flag". In the end, it will become a standard operation browser, but until then, this is the way to turn it on.

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How to enable Chrome Reading List on Android

First, open the Google Chrome app on your Android phone or tablet and type chrome: // flags in the address bar.

Then type "Reading List" in the search box at the top of the page. This will display a flag with the same name.

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Select the drop-down menu for "Reading List" and select "Enabled" from the pop-up menu.

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Chrome will prompt you to restart your browser to apply the changes. Click the "Relaunch" button and wait for Chrome to open.

How to use Chrome Reading List on Android

With the flag activated, we can now use the feature. First, we will cover the addition of pages to the Reading List. There are two ways to do this.

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One method is to press and hold any link to display the context menu. Select "Read Later" from the menu and it will be added.

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The second method is when you are already on the page you want to add. First, tap the menu icon with the three dots in the upper right corner.

Now select the star icon at the top of the menu.

A new menu will scroll up from the bottom of the screen. Select "Reading List" to add the page.

To open the Reading List, click the menu icon with the three dots in the upper right corner again. This time, select "Bookmarks".

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The "Reading List" will appear at the top of the Bookmarks page and click on it.

The Reading List is organized with the unread pages at the top and the read pages at the bottom. Unread pages downloaded for offline reading.

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That's all! Again, this is a feature that will eventually be the default in the browser, but until then, this is the only way to get it on Android.

Source of information: howtogeek.com

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