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Google is developing a built-in price tracking feature for Chrome on Android

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The latest version of Chrome on Android has started rolling out a new price tracking feature to alert you about price drops.

SmartDroid reports receiving the new feature in Chrome version 90, though it doesn’t seem to be live for everyone.

”Screenshot: 9to5Google If your version of Chrome has been updated with the feature, you can turn it on via the three dot settings menu in the top right of the tab select screen where it’s listed as “Track prices.

” If it’s not appearing, Android Police and 9to5Google report that you may be able to manually enable it by going to “chrome://flags/#enable-tab-grid-layout” in the address bar, tapping into the drop down menu, and selecting “Enabled Price notifications.

Firefox also trialed a price tracking feature back in 2018 called Price Wise; though it doesn’t appear to have ever received an official release since.


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