Official Google BlogannounceChrome for Android will support DNS over HTTPS (DOH). Doh is designed to send domain name query requests to the third party or the DNS server set up by users through HTTPS encryption. This method is considered to be more secure than plaintext connection to DNS server. The desktop version of chrome has added DOH support since V83 was released in May, but the feature has not been added to Android and IOS versions.
Google has announced that Chrome for Android 85 will gradually enable this function, and a new option of secure DNS has been introduced into the browser settings. After enabling, chrome will try to send encrypted domain name query requests through DOH. If it is not supported, it will roll back to plaintext request.