Google to add new Explore UI to Chrome for Android

Google to add new Explore UI to Chrome for Android
Google Chrome will soon receive a brand new Explore feature on Android devices, as development for the new UI is in full swing. The new Explore tab for Chrome is currently being tested by Google in the on Android devices but requires some mingling with the app before you can use it.

The Explore UI offers a new way for Chrome users to discover content that might be of interest to them. The upcoming feature will provide quick access to websites that you might like. At the moment, the Explore UI tab shows a bunch of Indian websites, but that's just for testing reasons.

If you have the latest version of Chrome for Android, you'll have to go to chrome://flags in the browser, search for “explore” and choose the “Explore websites” flag when it shows up in your searches. You'll have to enable it and then relaunch Chrome, and the Explore interface should pop up when you open a new tab page.

Although Google has already made it accessible in the stable version of Chrome for Android, that's no guarantee that the new Explore UI will make it out of the “experimental” branch.

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2 Comments

1. hopper

Posts: 74; Member since: May 08, 2017

Still using chrome 56. For bottom status bar. Bring it Google

2. kakudiego

Posts: 123; Member since: May 21, 2014

Chrome 65 was the last good one, with bottom status bar! this "new" look is just another dumb thing

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