• Google Chrome for Android preps new bottom-bar tab switcher after killing ‘Duet'

    9 days ago - By 9to5Google

    Google Chrome has a pretty standard UI when it comes to being a browser, but over the past couple of years, it's toyed with a new design that utilized a bottom bar. “Duet” as it was called has since been killed off, but now Google Chrome has a new bottom-bar UI in mind.
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  • Chrome for Android finally gets a bottom tab bar in new experiment

    Chrome for Android finally gets a bottom tab bar in new experiment

    9 days ago - By Ars Technica

    Enabling Chrome's bottom tab strip.
    Everyone reading this probably uses multiple tabs on a desktop computer, but on mobile, tab management can be tough. On and Android tablet, Chrome looks like a real browser with a top tab strip, but on a phone, you don't get any kind of tab UI. There is a button that will take you to cascading UI of different Chrome windows, but a one-tap tab strip hasn't existed on Chrome for phones-until now!
    A new Chrome for Android experiment, first spotted by Android Police , will add a tab strip to the bottom of the Chrome window. Tabs take the form of site...
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  • Chrome Conditional Tab Strip Brings Bottom Bar Android UI Sans Duet

    Chrome Conditional Tab Strip Brings Bottom Bar Android UI Sans Duet

    10 days ago - By Android Headlines

    A new hidden setting spotted in Chrome Beta on Android can be switched on to bring back the bottom-bar tab strip. But there's a catch. It's nothing at all like Duet, for those who may have been hoping to see that make a comeback.
    In Chrome, Duet was a novel idea introduced in Chrome's less stable channels that moved the top-bar UI to the bottom. It was also periodically referred to as 'duplex' prior to the introduction of Google's AI-driven calling feature. This doesn't do that. It keeps the standard interface in place and instead, opens up a bottom-bar that has circular icons for each tab...
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