Chrome’s experimental ‘Chrome Home’ interface now has bottom tabs and a revamped New Tab page
As you may know, Google often tests new Chrome features in ‘flags’ – hidden settings that can be enabled or disabled. We first spotted “Chrome Home” in October, which moves Chrome’s address bar to the bottom of the screen. This is especially handy for larger screens, but it looks like more changes are coming.
The name ‘Chrome Home’ seemed to indicate that the bottom address bar would be one component of a larger change, and that seems to be confirmed.
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