Google Chrome might not be the best browser to surf the web from your mobile devices and protect your privacy at the same time. But there’s no denying that Chrome is one of the best and most popular internet browsers out there. It’s also one of Google’s best products, one that the company keeps improving. The newest find is a Chrome feature that might make Chrome even more helpful on mobile devices. A brand new Chrome Google Search bar is available right now to people interested in trying it out.
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Google is running a feature test on Android phones where it’s placing Google Search results at the top of the page. A single tap is enough to move to the next result if the first one wasn’t satisfactory. It’s a brilliant feature that can save precious time wasted in Search while moving back and forth between results.
You have to enable the brand new “Continuous Search Navigation” Chrome feature manually to try it. As 9to5Google explains, you’ll have to head to chrome://flags to enable it on Android. That’s the only way of testing the feature on your Android devices right now.