As with many other company apps, Google Chrome is also constantly testing for new features. Now the Android version has just received a new feature, which aims to facilitate tab management.
Starting with version 78 of Google Chrome for Android, you will be able to access a new menu by pressing and holding the tab button. In this menu you will be able to close the current tab, open a new tab or open a tab privately.
Google is getting faster at launching new features for Chrome
Most likely thanks to the heavy pressure from rivals such as Opera and Firefox, Google has been increasingly concerned about launching new features as soon as possible.
Usually, after testing a new implementation internally, before reaching the stable version of the application, it is available a priori in both the "Canary" and "Beta" versions. However, somewhat surprisingly, this new feature made the immediate leap to the stable version.
After being discovered by the XDA Developers team in late August on the flags system, it was never tested on other versions of Google Chrome.
Google Chrome for Android is increasingly convenient and intuitive
Even if your rivals are increasingly able to offer an impressive user experience, they can hardly beat Google Chrome.
Today's most popular browser continues to make incredible progress, especially with regard to ease of use.
Over the past few months, Google has implemented several features to make using them much more convenient and intuitive. For example, before this new tab management menu, new tools were implemented when you click on the address that is open.
All of these little additions mean you need to do fewer and fewer steps to get things done in Google Chrome.
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