The new reading list feature allows users to save links they want to look at later to a dedicated list, instead of simply bookmarking them. Chrome may finally be preparing to release the feature on the desktop version.
Google Chrome is the most widely used browser in the world, thanks to its popularity across platforms and the fact that it is preinstalled on all Android devices that come with the Google Play Store. Google is constantly adding new features to the service, such as the arrival of the hidden Reading List to the browser this month.
While Google only added support for Reading List in the form of a Chrome Flag that enables the feature in version 89 of the browser that was released on March 9, it now looks like Google has already begun testing a new setting to enable and disable the reading list from appearing in the browser, according to a report by Android Police.
News Source: Hindustan times