Google Chrome has been an absolutely dominant browser for years, but its position has been challenged since Microsoft re-released the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge. Now, with directed notifications, Google is ready to push more Android users back to Chrome.
Google Chrome for Android has been found to have introduced a new “feature” called “Enable re-engagement notifications” that will send notification alerts to Chrome if you have multiple browsers installed on your Android device and haven’t used Chrome for a while.
Enable re-engagement notifications.
Enables Chrome to use the in-product help system to decide time to show re-engagement sevents.
Google may be a bit overdone, as Chrome is the default browser for the Android platform, which users can’t uninstall, and has a market share of more than 60 percent.
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