Google is soon going to bring out a new Explore feature on the Chrome Browser for Android devices. The new feature is already available in the Chrome Beta or the Chrome Canary, but if you want to get the feature in your regular Google Chrome app, we have a trick in store for you.
But, before that, let’s have a look at the Explore feature.
As seen in the image, the Explore feature works whenever you open a new tab. After the new feature is rolled out to your Chrome, you would see personalized topics based on your interests and your browsing history.
By default, the Explore menu would show you three tabs and clicking on more categories will take you to the entire list of websites available.
How do I get the latest Explore UI in my Google Chrome?
In order to get the Explore UI, you can either download the beta version of Chrome or you can do what we love to do with Chrome – tweak your Chrome Flags.
In case you do not know what Chrome Flags are, here’s a post which would help you access the Chrome Flags menu and find the best ones for your browser.
After opening chrome://flags, you need to search Explore websites. By default, it would be set to default and you need to enable it from the dropdown menu and let Chrome restart. Post that, you would see the Explore menu in your browser.
Bonus Tip: Get your Chrome menu bar to the bottom using Chrome Duet
In an earlier post, we guided you with a trick to move your search bar to the bottom using a Chrome Flag. There is, however, yet another Flag which we think is equally amazing and useful. If you want to give your Chrome a design overhaul, you might want to check out a Chrome Flag named Chrome Duet. Enabling the Flag would drag your Chrome menu all the way to the bottom making it way more accessible.
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