Added RSS feed feature to Chrome

An RSS feed feature has been added that displays the latest articles on the Google Chrome New Tab page.

Google ended the service of Google Reader, an RSS reader, in 2013. Google’s RSS reader isn’t a resurgence, but on the other hand, RSS leads have been consistently popular, and testing has been going on to enable similar functionality in browsers since around May 2021. Then, on October 8, 2021, Google Chrome Engineering Director (Adrienne Porter Felt) announced that the browser has a RSS feed function.

Currently, the RSS feed function is only provided on Android and not supported on iOS. For Android devices, first enter ‘chrome://flags’ in the address bar. Enter ‘Web-feed’ in the page (Experiment) search bar, press the button (Default) in the displayed item, and check ‘Enabled’ to complete the setting.

If you do this, open the homepage and press the menu button at the top right of the screen, and you will see the button at the bottom. You can hit open a new tab and hit following next to ‘Discover’, where you’ll see the latest articles. Related information can be found here.



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