Developer option Multiprocess WebView in Android 7.0 Nougat uses

Google's WebView is a crucial Android OS component that lets app developers render webpages in apps without requiring a full browser view.
In order for Chrome to handle WebView rendering, users will have to be running on Android 7.0 Nougat with Chrome v51, or higher. This improves memory usage on the device itself and also reduces the bandwidth required to keep WebView up to date.

How can i activate this feature?

You can activate WebView access by enabling Developer Options and selecting WebView implementation.
It's as simple as that, now you can get a preview of a website in half mode while on an external app.

Improved memory efficiency.
Also helps to reduce bandwidth required to keep WebView up to date. 
Developers can activate it by enabling the 'Multiprocess WebView' option.

Don't forget to let us know how this works for you too.
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