Dec 9th, 2014 publishUpdated   Feb 20th, 2015, 2:06 pm

Google Search Chrome reactive-prefetch

It’s official. When performing on a search query on Google mobile in the Chrome app, clicking on the results will now deliver web pages to you a full 100-150 milliseconds faster. A small step for man, but a huge leap for Google who gushed about the feat on Google+.

Googler Ilya Grigorik described the tech as “reactive prefetch,” which is just a fancy way of saying Google and the Chrome web browser start prefetching data and critical resources of the website you’re heading too so it’ll load quicker. Also worth mentioning, this speed boost is a Chrome for Android exclusive (sorry, iOS users).

I guess the real question is what will you do with all that time you’ll save?