Google Testing New Chrome Feature for Faster Tab Switching on Android
Google is currently testing a new feature for the Android version of Chrome browser that would make it easier and faster for users to switch from one tab to another.
Basically, what Google wants to do is add a new toolbar at the bottom of the Chrome for Android screen that would just display the icons of the websites loaded in the browser.
These aren’t thumbnails, but the favicons of each website, and tapping any of them instantly switches the browser to that page. This means you no longer have to open the tab view where you can jump from one website to another, but do it quickly by simply tapping the icons.
Still a work in progress
XDA explains that the new toolbar would also come with dedicated options to launch a mini tab switcher with a grid layout, but also with a plus symbol to add a new tab on the fly.
A <a href="https://chromium-review.googlesource.com/c/chr… (read more)