Google has announced that Chrome for Android has been updated to version 58.0.3029.83, and it includes some nice improvements. VentureBeat writes that you can activate the feature if you're running Chrome Canary on your device, but that you might not notice any changes.
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Now, however, Google is reportedly set to solve this issue with a new upgrade to its Chrome mobile app which it says can make copying and pasting easier than ever. The idea is to recognize and cache specific types of information so that when you switch to a different app (Google Maps, for example), any useful text from a recently visited website will be there, ready to paste immediately. Further, the data is stored locally and is not shared with Google. And Google will start predicting what that text might be when its "Copyless Paste" arrives on Android.
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Google is working on a new Chrome feature that can guess which parts of a webpage you may want to copy and save for later. Aside from these new features, the developers have also added a new gesture. Apple introduced a similar feature in iOS 10 that used Siri's smarts to automatically generate contextual suggestions like calendar events, contacts, and locations in the default keyboard. The Copyless Paste feature won't work when users are utilising incognito tabs, presumably because of the way these pages store data.
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The first adjustment found in the latest update applies to how links are handled within Chrome for Android. Low-end devices also appear to miss out on the feature, the report notes.