Chrome Dev Puts Articles On Your New Tab Page With New Options

Chrome Dev Puts Articles On Your New Tab Page With New Options

Chrome: Google’s been experimenting with adding articles you might be interested in to the new tab page in Chrome for a while. The latest Chrome Dev version has updated this flag with some new, interesting options.

As pointed out by Android Police, in previous versions of Chrome Dev, you could enable a flag that let you see articles you might like. However, the new version has several options that can personalise your articles, or block personalisation entirely, for the privacy conscious. Some of the options seem to be deeply tied to Google Now’s suggestions so if you’re a fan of those, they’re worth checking out.

Google Now-powered New Tab Page is coming to Chrome [Android Police]

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