Google adding Basic Gesture Support in Chrome update for Android

Google adding Chrome gestures for android

Google announced today some new features that are being added to the Chrome browser on both the desktop and in the Android version of the browser.

The update brings 3 simple but very useful features. You will be able to use these feature anytime, while using Chrome, so the experience should be rather smooth. Google updated on Tuesday with some new features that will make it easier to search on desktops and easier to use on Android. Google is adding gestures support in the phone browser, these gestures are as follows;

  • Swipe horizontally across the top toolbar to quickly switch tabs.
  • It Drag vertically down from the toolbar to enter into the tab switcher view
  • Drag down from the menu to open the menu and select the item you want without having to lift your finger.

Google adding Chrome gestures for android

 

It is being suggested that the swipe gestures from Google for Android 30 beta will begin to rolling out to users over the next few days, Google did not make it clear whether previous changes to the beta had been delivered to the stable version, including WebGL support the device motion component of the Device Orientation API or Media Source API. These Chrome Features have been implemented in the Beta version for more than a month.

Source: Android Geeks

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