We all use Google Chrome, whether on our computers or smartphones. This browser is the most widely used in the world for many reasons. Today, we focus on its main reason: its daily options and development.
A Google Chrome update is revamping the mobile search experience, allowing you to find information faster than ever before. Four new features have been introduced.
Starting at the top, Chrome will now show relevant search suggestions every time you tap on the address bar while visiting certain websites.
For example, imagine “reading an article about Japan while planning an upcoming trip.” When you tap on the URL of that article, a section called “Related to this page” will appear below, offering “suggestions for other searches,” from local tourist attractions to restaurants. This feature will be available on both iOS and Android.
Android will have priority over iOS
The second feature that won’t be coming to iOS is a list showing all the trending Google searches for a day. You can view the list by tapping on the address bar in a newly opened tab.
Google says this will first be available on Android phones. Chrome on iOS will eventually get the same feature, but an exact date hasn’t been provided.
Thirdly, the Chrome update includes an apparently exclusive improvement of Touch to Search on Android. From now on, whenever you highlight text on a website, a carousel of related topics will appear at the bottom of the page, allowing you to quickly learn more about the selected topic.
And fourth, “typing in the Chrome address bar” on the iOS app will now display 10 suggestions instead of six. The Android app has had this feature for some time now. This is just Google updating the iPhone version to be on par with it.
The company says that all four updates are rolling out to all users, so keep an eye out for updates on the Play Store.
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