Chrome for Android gets update to support gestures

Chrome for Android gets update to support gestures
An update to Chrome for Android adds some gesture support to the browser. Swipe horizontally across the toolbar on top to switch tabs, while swiping downward from the toolbar gets you into tab switcher mode. Without lifting a finger, you can drag down from the menu and select from it.

The update is coming and will soon be available for those who already have the Chrome browser loaded on their Android handset. As usual with these updates they do not reach all phones in one fell swoop, so you might need to be patient. A quick look shows that the new features have yet to hit the version of the app listed on the Google Play Store.


source: GoogleChrome via AndroidGuys

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