Google Chrome is one of the best browsers across all the major platforms.
There is, however, so much more you can do with Google Chrome if you know how to workaround with Chrome flags.
Chrome Flags are essentially plugins or setting tweaks which are majorly in the experimental stage.
We have already discussed a lot of useful stuff you can pull off using the Chrome flags, in case you want to know more about the Chrome flags, what Chrome flags are, how to tweak them, and everything else, you can follow the following articles:
In this article, we will make a list of the Chrome flags which are meant especially for your smartphones and tablets and will make the Google Chrome on your smartphone all the way better.
The reason as to why these tweaks in the Chrome flags are even more relevant for a smartphone is the fact that almost all the smartphones have Google Chrome as their default browser and it rightfully deserves being the best.
Once again, before fiddling with any of these settings, you should know that these are experimental features and they might potentially harm your browser. Thankfully, even if they do, you can always fix that by clearing all the data from the settings menu.
How to customize Chrome flags on my mobile?
To customize the Chrome flags, you have to follow the following steps:
- Open your Google Chrome browser
- In the address bar, type in chrome://flags
- Next, to this address, you have to type in /#Flag-Name (The Flag-Name must be the names of the flags you will find later in the list)
- Hit enter and tweak the flags
Now that you know the steps to customize the Chrome flags, let’s go on to the list of the best Google Chrome flags for smartphones
- Show Autofill predictions – By default this flag is disabled. Enabling this flag would insert predictive text into text boxes for you. You have to type in #show-fps-counter
- Enable password generation – If you enable this flag, it would automatically generate a pretty secure password for web forms. To enable this, you have to Type in #enable-password-generation
- Disable click delay – In case you did not know about this, Google Chrome actually takes up half a second before acting on the click you have made to ensure that you are not going to double click on a button. If you do not want this delay, you can disable this by opening up this flag from #disable-click-delay
- Disable the pull-to-refresh effect – This is rather a strange flag to have made the list, but if you somehow do not like the pull to refresh feature in the Google Chrome, you can disable it from this Chrome flag. Type in #disable-pull-to-refresh-effect
- Maximum tiles for interest area – This flag is an amazing way to control and optimize the RAM management of the Google Chrome in your smartphone. You can access this feature from #max-tiles-for-interest-area
There are a plethora of useful Chrome flags available and you might want to play with all those. In case you made use of the ones we mentioned in the list and want to experiment with more of them, you can feel free to do so.
The best thing about accessing the Chrome flags on a smartphone is, as mentioned earlier, you can always restore your browser to the original condition without facing much trouble.
In case you want to try the Chrome flags and by any chance (though the chances are next to none) you do not have Google Chrome installed, you can get it from the Play Store or from the button given just below