Tag: Android


  • How to Add a Password Manager Shortcut to your Home Screen

    How to Add a Password Manager Shortcut to your Home Screen

    Google Chrome comes with a built-in password manager. It is not available as a standalone app. However, you can add a shortcut to your Android phone’s home screen. Adding a Password Manager Icon to your Android Phone

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  • How to Allow or Block Cookies on Chrome Android

    How to Allow or Block Cookies on Chrome Android

    Are you a privacy-conscious Android user looking for a way to block cookies on Chrome? Here is how to stop websites from using cookies on your Android phone. Block or Allow Cookies on Chrome for Android To manage cookies: Tap the three-dot settings menu. Choose Settings. Under Advanced, select Site settings. From the site settings […]

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  • How to Enable Force Zoom for Mobile Sites in Chrome Android

    How to Enable Force Zoom for Mobile Sites in Chrome Android

    Google Chrome on Android allows you to change the default text size to match your needs. However, some websites might prevent zoom. In this article, I will show you how to force enable zoom. Force Zoom on Chrome for Android Tap the three-dots settings menu. Choose Settings. Scroll down to find Advanced and then select […]

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  • How to Share Website Links from Chrome Android

    How to Share Website Links from Chrome Android

    Looking for a way to share websites and URLs from Google Chrome on Android? Let me show you how. Share Links from Android You can copy the website address and paste it on any app. For example, you can copy the website address and paste it into a WhatsApp chat. You can tap inside the […]

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  • How to Disable Sound Access to Chrome Android

    How to Disable Sound Access to Chrome Android

    Google Chrome on Android by default allows all websites to play sound. Do you want a website or all websites to stop playing audio? Here is how. Disable Sound on Chrome Android Tap the three-dots settings menu. Choose Settings. Under Advanced, select Site settings. Scroll down and select Sound. To disable sound permission for all […]

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  • How to Make Website Text Larger on Android

    How to Make Website Text Larger on Android

    Is the default text size too small for you to read? Let me show you how to make website text larger on Chrome for Android. Increase Font Size on Chrome – Android Tap the three-dots settings menu. Choose Settings. Scroll down to find Advanced and then select Accessibility. Use the Text scaling scrollbar to increase […]

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  • How to Change Default Search Engine on Chrome for Android

    How to Change Default Search Engine on Chrome for Android

    Chrome, unsurprisingly, uses Google as the default search engine. You can change this to any other search engine. In this article, I will show you how to change your default search engine on Chrome for Android. Changing Default Search Engine – Android To change the default search engine on Google Chrome for Android: I hope […]

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  • How to Enable Incognito Reauthentication on Chrome for Android

    How to Enable Incognito  Reauthentication on Chrome for Android

    Google added incognito reauthentication for added security for your private browser tabs on Android. In this article, I will show you how to enable incognito reauthentication. Enable device reauthentication for Incognito The authentication feature is currently hidden behind an experimental flag on Google Chrome. Open a new tab and go to chrome://flags. Enable the following […]

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  • How to Enable Dark Mode or Light Theme in Chrome Android

    How to Enable Dark Mode or Light Theme in Chrome Android

    Are you looking for a way to enable dark mode on Google Chrome on Android? Let me show you how. Enable Dark or Light Theme on Chrome – Android To change Chrome’s theme on Android: Tap the three-dots settings menu. Choose Settings. Select Theme. Now select your theme. You can select either Light or Dark […]

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  • Chrome for Android Gets Screenshot Option in Share Menu

    Google Chrome for Android has added a built-in screenshot option, complete with an editor to annotate images. This is currently available in the Canary version of Chrome. Android, as you know, already has a screenshot option. It is surprising to see a built-in screenshot mode for Chrome. Before we go any further, let me show […]

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