Google Chrome: the missing tool on Android

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Google Chrome on Android

In version 88 of Google Chrome on Android, several users reported having a new interface as a great novelty. This now allows access to a new ‘interface’ in a grid, and grouped tabs.

In practice, this new Google Chrome design is intended to replace the list we currently have. With each tab being smaller, there is room for you to see more without having to slide when you navigate between tabs.

As you can see from the images shared by 9to5Google, information such as the name of the page or the close icon, remains at the top. The big news is when you select the option to see your tabs open.

Google Chrome on Android
The new way of organizing tabs in Google Chrome on Android. Credit: 9to5Google

In the images it is possible to glimpse up to a maximum of six tabs without having to slide. And that seems to be the standard on most smartphones, but it will certainly be dependent on the size of the screens.

The so-called grid view, allows you to have the tabs organized in groups. This will be particularly interesting if you want to wander between various sources when reading a news item, for example.

The truth is that if you use Google Chrome on your iPhone, you know that this tabbed grid view already exists on iOS. As a daily user of this on the iPhone it is something I prefer, in relation to the old form of visualization.

This new way of viewing in Chrome began to reach the first Android users in version 88 of the app. In the coming days it is expected that it will be made available to everyone.

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