The popularity of Android mobile is increasing day-by-day. Chrome is a pre-installed web-browser application of an Android device. Those, who are quite habituated of using Google Chrome browser on a desktop, will definitely be comfortable with Android version of Google Chrome. If you are already a chrome user of Android mobile device, then, you probably have experienced the sluggish performance of Chrome. Sometime, it takes too much times to load, and sometimes it crashes frequently by showing an annoying message “Chrome has stopped working”.
There are many light-weight android browsers (like opera mini, uc browser) which take less time to load any web pages. But Chrome users always want to stick to same browser as far as habit and preferences are concerned. One can speed up Google Chrome desktop version by turning on hardware acceleration. But Android version of Google chrome acts slightly different than the desktop version. So, to fulfill all your online needs, you have to speed up your chrome browser (android version). Lets see how to do this with a quick tip.
Speed Up Android Chrome Browser – How to
- Open Chrome browser application on your Android device.
- Go to the address bar and type chrome://flags/ and press ‘Enter’.
- A Chrome flag setting page will appear.
1. Maximum tiles for interest area:
- Scroll down to look for the flag “Maximum tiles for interest area Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android”.
- Tap on ‘Default’ value and select ‘512’ from the pop-up.
- This setting will let the browser allow to use maximum ram memory.
Please choose a lower value if your device has less than 512 mb ram.
2. Change the Number of Raster Threads
- Scroll down to look for the flag “Number of Raster”.
- Tap the value and select ‘4’ from the pop-up.
- This setting will somehow increase the rendering speed of images.
3. Enable SPDY/4 alpha 2
This setting decrease the web page loading time.
Tap on the ‘Relaunch’ button and relaunch Android Chrome browser.
Thats all. Close all the tab and open a new tab to get lightning fast browsing experience.