Chrome for Android Gets Updated With Improved Gestures

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  • 02 Oct 2013
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  • Chrome hasn’t been in the news lately, at least not the Android version, but today it appears that the browser is ready to be famous again. It has received an update that gives it some extra gestures.

    Google announced an improved Chrome all around, including the desktop version, that features a new way to browse around images. Last August Google offered a preview of the new gestures it was going to implement in Chrome Beta for Android. The gestures include the ability to swipe horizontally across the top toolbar in order to switch tabs.

    Users will swipe down from the top in order to trigger the tab switch view. Swiping and dragging from the menu button on the top right will open a menu and allow the users to select an item without lifting a finger. These features come from the beta release and they will come to the new final version of Chrome for Android. You can get the app from here.

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