Bright Side of News reports Google is working on Chrome Turbo, a new tool that promises to enhance page loading performance by loading optimized web pages via Google SPDY proxy servers.
This feature is borrowed from the concept that the Opera browser implements in order to enable faster load times to pages that you frequent often. Here is a detailed explanation of how Opera Turbo works, which is the inspiration for Google's Chrome Turbo. This new Chrome Turbo also borrows features from Amazon's Silk browser which is a global cloud browser, which we found to actually be quite slow compared to the competition.
Francois Beaufort reported on Google+, "... you won't be surprised to learn that Google "Chrome For Android" Team is experimenting on reducing data consumption by loading optimized web pages via Google SPDY proxy servers."
This feature is still in development is already available for testing behind a switch that you can enable by running:
adb shell 'echo "chrome --enable-spdy-proxy-auth" > /data/local/tmp/content-shell-command-line'
The line of code above has to be run in the ADB Shell while your phone is connected to a computer in order to work.