Chrome for Android will Start Disabling JavaScript on Slow Connections

Google Chrome for Android has received lots of cool features lately, and more features are set to be added in subsequent updates.

Google is planning to disable JavaScript entirely on Chrome for Android when you browse on 2G network or slow connections. This feature has been available on the browser for quite sometime but not that active.

This feature is already available in Chrome flag for several months (#enable-noscript-previews). Now, Google is set to enable the feature by default.

This feature is designed to improve functionality on slow connections. It can automatically download articles for later reading, and the data saver feature continues to get better.

Actually, JavaScript is the beauty of every website. Take Entclass Blog for example, the beauty of this blog is powered by javascript and as well CSS. With JavaScript disabled, this blog won't look pretty as it is now.

According to Google, they fully explains the feature:
If a Data Saver user is on a 2G-speed or slower network according to the NetInfo API, Chrome disables scripts and sends an intervention header on every resource request. Users are shown a UI at the bottom of the screen indicating the page has been modified to save data. Users can enable scripts on the page by tapping “Show original” in the UI.

We hope to see this feature been enabled by default on Chrome for Android.

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  1. U ar hard working.tanxz for ur tireless effort

  2. Enter your comment... you're trying for all this update, seriously

  3. That will be nice... Good decision

  4. It's good, I Know chrome is moving forward, it's a good browser.

  5. Has it been implemented? Because am still waiting oh