Google Testing New Search and Share Features in Chrome for Android
Sep 1, 2021, 10:59 AM by Rich Brome @rbrome
The newest beta version of Google's Chrome web browser for Android includes two major new features. After executing a Google search and choosing a result, a new bar below the address bar lets you quickly navigate to a different search result. The other new feature automatically creates stylized images of text when you want to share a quote from a web page. To use it, you select a bit of text on a web page, choose "Share" and then "Create card". You can then choose from several visual styles. The resulting image includes the quote and web page address, and makes it easier to share quotes and web pages on social media, especially visual platforms such as Instagram. Both features are only available in the beta version of Chrome for new, and must be manually enabled by entering chrome://flags in the address bar.
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