Slow internet can test anybody’s patience and it becomes even more frustrating when a web page loads at a turtle speed on smartphones. Thankfully, Google is listening to our vines and the company is planning to launch a new feature which would enhance the search experience on mobile phones.
This new feature by Google would enable users even with 2G connection to load web pages faster and also by consuming less amount of data through Chrome or Android browser from Google search engine. The new service is still under the testing phase and it will take little longer before the full-fledged launch. As per the tests conducted, the service is suffice to keep the speed high and data consumption low. In a pilot test conducted in Indonesia, the results proved that with the new service the web pages load way faster (4x faster to be precise) and consume approx 80 percent lesser amount of data. The new feature will also allow the users to view web pages in their original form as well.
Google mentions that over 200 millions of Indians access the internet through their smartphones and the company is working towards making that mode of net browsing faster and cheaper. As per company’s vision, if the new service receives success in reducing the waiting time per consumer even by a second, then also it would collectively save 2-3 years of waiting time.