If you are looking about how to enable or disable Data saver in Google Chrome for Android smartphone or tablet, then you are at right place. Here, in this article, we have mentioned how you can easily enable or disable Data Saver in Google Chrome Browser for any Android device. Even Facebook and Twitter has also launched data saver mode on their apps. It helps the user to save data effectively.

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What Does Chrome Data Saver Do?

With the Data Saver features, the Google Chrome can reduce your data consumption while watching videos, browsing websites, etc.

Chrome Data Saver on Android

It can reduce about 3 to 5% of the data when you browse the website so that you can save your data while browsing websites or watching videos. It serves you optimized or low-quality images when you browse the websites so that if you are on a limited data plan, you can save your mobile data.

So if you are browsing a lot through your Google Chrome browser using a mobile data plan, it is advisable to enable data saver. If you are on unlimited plan, no need to worry about this setting.

Using Chrome Data Saver on Android

Here is the easiest way to enable or disable “Data Saver” in Chrome for Android smartphone. Follow below steps to enable or disable Data Saver in Google Chrome browser for Android smartphone.

  • First of all, open the Google Chrome Browser on your Android device.
  • Go to Setting from the upper right side of the Chrome screen
  • Tap on the “Settings” and scroll down to “Data Saver” option, Tap on it.
  • To enable Data Saver, move the toggle button to the right side. (To disable, move the toggle button to the left side.)

If you are facing any difficulties in following the above steps, we have created a video guide to explain you step by step process of enabling or disable chrome data saver on your device. Check out the video below to check out more information about it.

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Lucky is Senior Editor at TheAndroidPortal & an expert in mobile technology with over 10 years of experience in the industry. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from MIT and a Master's degree in Mobile Application Development from Stanford University.