Google Chrome (Chrome) will launch a new auxiliary function, that is, non-linear zoom (non-linear zoom), The function can be smaller fonts on the screen zoomed to larger fonts than larger fonts.
Non-linear zooming will first be available on Google Chrome for Android, making it easier for users to read content in small fonts without having to zoom across the page.
The feature was discovered by Microsoft enthusiast @Leopeva64, and the non-linear zoom can also be customized: on Google Chrome on Android, tap the three dots in the top right corner of the screen. Select Settings, scroll down and click on Accessibility. You’ll see a new feature that allows you to adjust the degree of scaling between large and small fonts.
This feature will only be available on Android for now and is expected to be released in the coming weeks.