After the release of the official version of Chrome 63 for Android, along with that version of Chrome 64 was also included on the beta channel. Accordingly, Chrome 64 for Android promises faster download speeds.
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According to a member of XDA, Chrome 64 for Android will add a new feature called parallel download in the flag menu. When this feature is activated, it will assist users in downloading faster by parallel processing of download tasks.
In the Chromium repository there is an entry: “Enableparallel download feature of Android from M64“. According to Google: “We are pushing parallel download speeds for 100% of users. Users log in to enable parallel downloads on Android from Chrome 64.”
Users can download the Chrome 64 beta for Android now to test the parallel download feature. Once downloaded, search for “chrome-parallel-download” in the chrome://flags menu or simply type “chrome://flags#chrome-parallel-download” in the URL bar to enable the parallel download feature directly. However, users must be careful when installing the feature in the menu bar if they do not want to break the browser.
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The parallel download feature will activate during the download process, which takes about 1 or 2 seconds. When this feature works, it will create 3 parallel jobs to speed up downloads. For small downloads, users can hardly tell the difference. But for large files, users will immediately feel the difference.
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