The Google Chrome browser is going to give its users a super easy browsing experience to its users. Google is probably testing the Chrome browser it redesigned for Android smartphones. After the successful launch of Pixel and the Google Assistant, Google gears up for its next innovation.
The new Google Chrome browser places the search bar at the bottom of the display. This design aims at enhancing the user experience with large smartphone screens. Now you can use Google Chrome with one hand.
According to the report of Android Police, the trait is unfinished as the place where the search tab ideally resides i.e. top is currently empty. “A new flag in Chrome Dev and Canary only described as ‘Chrome Home.’ It moves Chrome’s address bar to the bottom of the screen when enabled,” the report suggests.
In a screenshot that showed up on the site, one can witness controls at the bottom. These checks include a search tab, to add tags and also switch tabs. Google is on the verge of incorporating browser controls for mobile versions of Internet Explorer and Edge like what Microsoft did a couple of years ago. Also, Safari browser for iOS has included the browser controls at the bottom that include the switching tab, forward and backward.
On the other hand, it gives the impression as if Google is only testing the feature for now. Also that it will roll out the entity eventually for mobile phone users.
Google Chrome is now working 15 percent quicker on Windows. Google Chrome’s Sébastien Marchand, in a blog post, said
Starting in Chrome 53, Chrome has begun using Microsoft’s Profile Guided Optimization (PGO) technology to make Chrome up to 15 percent faster on Windows. PGO uses data from runtime execution that track which functions are most familiar to guide optimization.
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