Google’s new Data Saver extension for Chrome compresses pages to save on bandwidth

Data Saver

Google recently launched a new Chrome browser extension in beta that reduces your data usage. Dubbed Data Saver, the extension uses Google’s data compression proxy service to optimize pages before serving them to your browser. It doesn’t work with SSL and incognito pages at present, and you’ll need Chrome 41 or newer to use it. The extension gets to work as soon as you install it. You can click the extension button on your browser toolbar to see how much data it has saved you and turn it off if necessary. The feature is also available in Chrome on Android…

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