Google is testing the Follow feature, which allows you to subscribe to receive the latest content right in the Chrome browser. This was announced on her Twitter page by Adrienne Porter Felt, who is the director of development for the mobile version of the browser.

Starting today, Android users can take part in the testing. For iOS, the new feature is due early next year. A desktop version is also planned, but no release date has yet been announced.

The new feature is effectively an RSS feed and allows users to subscribe to sites of their choice. Google is positioning it as an improved version of the Discovery tab, the content of which is selected by the user, and not algorithms with elements of artificial intelligence.

Follow is currently available in Chrome 94 for Android. To activate it, you need to go to the browser flags page chrome://flags, manually activate this experimental option and restart Chrome.