Open a new Chrome tab and type into the URL bar: chrome://flags/#max-tiles-for-interest-area
You should see a warning about experimental features in Chrome, and beneath it a list of such features. Scroll down until you find 'Maximum tiles for interest area', which should be highlighted. Click the drop-down and you will see several options on a menu dialog. We could see 'Default', '64', '128', '256' and '512'. As you might expect the numbers refer to the amount of memory set aside for the web browser. Switching up to 512MB from the default 128MB should speed up the web browser.
Speed up Chrome on Android
Once you have selected the required amount of RAM, you will be invited to 'Relaunch now'. Do so and Chrome will relaunch with the new memory allocation. You should find that pages load much more quickly. And you can, of course, reverse the process if for any reason the new memory allocation causes problems.
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Flash is an option only on older Androids, so it probably isn't important for you. But if it is on your handset you probably do want to disable it - and you have nothing to lose from looking to see what is going on. To do so, go into the Android browser, select the menu icon and choose Advanced. If you can see an 'Enable plugins', it is likely your browser is utilising a Flash plugin. So untick that option. You should see immediate speed dividends.