Chrome will feature price tracking on Android
As per the reports, Google Chrome will feature price tracking on Android. The reports are coming that Google has been rolling out its new price dropping feature on its Chrome. With the help of this feature, users will be able to get notifications about the price drops of certain online things. Moreover, this feature has been only developing for Android users but not for iOS. Therefore, Apple users won’t get this opportunity of getting a price tracking feature. Users will get alerts of price drops in the pop-ups. Google Chrome’s new feature will only available in the 90 version of the app on Android.
As well know, in today’s era online shopping has been become so much popular. From buying households things to vehicles, people mostly prefer online stores. From the last year or two, especially during the Covid-19, online shopping had a boost. Looking at this situation, Google has started developing this feature. As we all know, before buying anything online we have to check and compare all the online stores and sellers from various website. To overcome this problem, Google has decided to add this feature to its browser for its Android OS. Similarly, like the previous app of Google i.e. Google Shopping, this feature works the same.
You can turn on the price-tracking feature on Google Chrome in two ways:
- You can turn on the alerts by clicking on the three-dot settings menu at the top right of the tab. After this, you need to select a screen where it’s listed as “Track prices”
- If this setting won’t work then you have the other manual option. You have to open Chrome and have to visit chrome://flags/#enable-tab-grid-layout.
However, this price tracking feature of Google has been out just after few months of Microsoft Edge browser’s price comparison tool. Furthermore, the details of launching this tool on Apple devices have not been leaked.