Google Chrome now has a toolbar shortcut for Android that can be customized

Google Chrome now has a toolbar shortcut for Android that can be customized

Google on Android has been following a traditional approach with the toolbar with the home button, address bar, tab switcher, and overflow menu, housing many such actions. Chand Raat Mubarak 2022 Images & HD Wallpapers for Free Download Online: Wish Happy Eid al-Fitr With WhatsApp Stickers, GIFs, SMS and Quotes To Bid Farewell to Ramadan.

Customizable Toolbar Shortcut for Android is now available in Google Chrome. At LatestLY, you can get the most up-to-date articles and stories in the field of technology. Given Chrome’s large user base, Google has been wary of modifying the design and structure. However, with the addition of a configurable toolbar shortcut, such modifications may be in the works with its Chrome web browser. Google Chrome now has a customizable toolbar shortcut for Android users. (ANI): Washington, May 1 (ANI): Given Chrome’s large user base, Google has been wary of modifying the design and structure. However, with the addition of a configurable toolbar shortcut, such modifications may be in the works with its Chrome web browser.

Highlights

  • By default, the button users see is ‘Based on your usage,’ with Google providing a ‘Current recommendation.’ ‘New tab’ and ‘Share’ are already placed in the overflow menu, while the ‘Voice search’ appears on tapping the address bar. Also Read | AC Milan vs Fiorentina, Serie A 2021-22 Free Live Streaming Online & Match Time in India: How To Watch Italian League Match Live Telecast on TV & Football Score Updates in IST?.

  • According to 9to5Google, Google now appears to be more widely rolling out a ‘toolbar shortcut’ between the Omnibox and tab button/counter. One of three actions can appear here: New tab (plus sign), Share, or Voice search (microphone).

Toolbar shortcuts date back to Chrome 92 for Android in July 2021. It was introduced to some people as part of a regular A/B test. Even after version 101 went stable on Tuesday, its availability has been much higher in the last few weeks, although Google hasn’t officially announced the features yet. This addition is a small change in a large scheme, but represents a non-negligible UI addition to the Chrome layout for Android. Google should consider this button a big enough improvement for users to roll out. (ANI) (This is an unedited and auto-generated story from Syndicated News feed, LatestLY Staff may not have modified or edited the content body)