Google Chrome for iOS has a traffic compression feature

    Few know that Google has a service similar to Opera Turbo: a proxy server that compresses the data sent to the browser in order to reduce potentially expensive mobile traffic. Support for this feature in Chrome for Android appeared a few months ago, and now it's time for Chrome for iOS. Google claims that SSL and incognito traffic are transmitted directly, without compression.
    Screenshot of Google Chrome for iOS
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