Google is right now testing an exciting feature in its Android version which is known as Chrome Home. Well, the feature is been tested in the Android version for a while. The good part is users can now experience this feature in their Chrome browser.
Google Is Testing ‘Chrome Home’ For Android! Biggest Browser Change On Android
Well, Google is really making some awesome changes to its chrome browser for android. Previously we have seen Google introduces ‘Data Saver’ mode just to ensure web pages load faster on slower connections.
A few days ago we have seen Google Chrome for Android received an update that will make it easier to download web pages for offline viewing. The reason why Google is trying to make things easier is that more than 45 millions web pages are being downloaded with Chrome each week.
Well, Google is right now testing an exciting feature in its Android version which is known as Chrome Home. Well, the feature is been tested in the Android version for a while.
The good part is users can now experience this feature in their Chrome browser. The normal version of Google chrome right now includes a major feature. The browser’s new tab page and the toolbar have been moved from the top to the bottom of the browser screen. Here’s how you can enable the feature:
Step 1. Users need to open Google chrome dev on their Android device. Then they need to type chrome://flags in the browser’s address bar.
Step 2. Now users need to search for Chrome home. The easiest way to do that is to tap on the menu and then select find on page and then type Chrome home.
Step 3. Now you need to enable the feature.
That’s it now you will see the address bar is been moved from the top to the bottom of the screen. If you want to disable Google home then you need to disable the Chrome home option from chrome://flags.
So, what do you think about this? Share your views in the comment box below.
Originally posted 2017-05-25 21:58:12. Republished by Blog Post Promoter