One of the problems that always bothers users when they browse an article via Chrome on Android. The problem is when the page loads gradually and comes down to start reading, and once the download finishes the page returns to the top, and you have to go back manually to where you stopped reading to proceed.
Luckily, Google finally solved this problem, so the rest of the web page components will load and the download will end without affecting where you are and back up, which means experience smoother use and better reading.
Google says that the new feature called scroll anchoring will prevent an average of three leaps per page during a single visit. It can be used by downloading version number 56.
Google has provided a software interface that developers can see if they want to disable this feature on some web pages.
Here’s a comparison video to note the effect of the feature