Google rolls out Secure DNS support in Chrome for Android

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After having introduced Secure DNS in Chrome 83 for the desktop, Google announced this week that the roll out of the feature has started for mobile Chrome for the company’s Android operating system.

As has been the case for the desktop rollout, Secure DNS will be rolled out to all Chrome installations over time.

Secure DNS, or DNS-over-HTTPS, is a new privacy and security features that has started to gain some traction in recent time. Web browsers like Firefox or Chrome, but also operating systems like Windows, support or will support the feature in the future.