Google Chrome’s interface is well-established and mature. The layout and design hasn’t drastically changed in the last couple of years, and don’t appear to be changing any time soon. The much-anticipated lower bar, that could be the biggest shift since the introduction in the world of smartphones was in the process of being retired before it became a common feature. There are always small changes Google has been working on but the most recent coming is a brand new button that will appear in the app bar, next in the field for address smartly adapting depending on the usage you make in the web browser.
The new button is believed to be slowly rolling out to users of the stable version of Chrome on Android, version 101 as reported by our staff and tipters. Based on the way you use your browser, you’ll get the new tab button or a share option or the option to use a voice search shortcut. If you’re not happy with the default selection alternative, you can press the icon to open the manual selection, which will allow you to select the option you’d like to see at the top of the page.
The toolbar icon seems to be enabled for people at random, but if you want to try it for yourself or if you want to remove it, you can tweak the chrome://flags/#adaptive-button-in-top-toolbar-customization flag.
If this feature is familiar, that’s because it is. Google is testing its smart buttons on the toolbar for a little over one year, and it first came on the radar for Chrome Beta users with 92. It appears Google is pleased with the test, with the feature now being released with stable versions, but don’t expect it to be a reality. Since the button isn’t activated widely to everyone at the moment, it’s in the experimental phase and Google may decide whether the feature isn’t utilized enough to justify its the inclusion.
Although Google does not alter Chrome’s interface that much There are always a lot of new features and in-the-mould enhancements to be found throughout each version of Chrome So keep an eye out for updates.