The desktop version of Google Chrome (version 55) came recently, making HTML 5 as default, trying to further reduce Flash usage. After desktop version, the mobile version of the Google’s browser started shipping to Play Store, adding sort of a “”Read it Later” feature along with reduced memory usage.
You can now save full web pages (including text and images) via icon present at the top of the overflow menu, with audio and video player being able to save media via a newly introduced save icon. The feature allows users to save web pages, audio, and video files in order to read/watch them later, while offline. You can find all saved content in the Downloads screen in the overflow menu, just under history tab.
Downloads screen sports media by pages, audio, video, documents, and images, all available for offline viewing. Also, downloads screen shows how much storage downloads are taking up; users can share, or delete saved files.
Chrome 55 for Android us rolling out now. You can download it from Play Store, just be aware that the update is rolling out in waves, so not everyone will see the update right now.