I'm spoiled by Safari in iOS. Safari has reader mode and reading lists. Chrome does not have a reader mode, which is a major downside in my opinion. I love having the ability to strip out all the ads and other junk and just leave the actual text. Firefox on Android has this feature, but I'd rather use Chrome. Chrome seems to be lacking these basic fundamental features and I think it is holding Android back when it comes to browsing experience compared to iOS. Sure you can install a bookmarklet for readability in Chrome, but that's a clunky solution with the lack of a dedicated bookmark bar that is always showing like in Safari. And Mercury browser in iOS has even more features, in addition to the ability to open links directly in reader mode, thereby skipping the first initial load of the extraneous ads and graphics from the get go. I can't find a browser on Android with that feature. Google needs to get with the times, in my opinion.