Google has released a new update to the version of the Google Chrome browser for the Android operating system, which introduces a new interface for managing tabs. Instead of a vertical tab layout, you can now sort your tabs in a grid view whenever you open a link.
Manage tabs in Google Chrome
Open the Google Chrome browser on your Android phone.
In the address bar, type: chrome://flags/#enable-tab-grid-layout and press enter.
You will see the Tab Grid Layout option highlighted in yellow.
Click the arrow button next to the previous option.
In the dropdown menu that appears, select the Disable option.
Click the restart button at the bottom of the page to restart Google Chrome.
After restarting the browser, you should see the new layout of vertical tabs in the browser.
How to Manage Tabs in Chrome Browser for Android?
If you don't see the new tab layout, try reloading Google Chrome again.
In case you are used to managing your current tab in Google Chrome and don't want to switch, you can disable the feature using the steps described earlier.
In addition to the layout of the new tabs in the Google Chrome browser, the company has also moved the tab bar to the bottom.
The ribbon makes it easy to switch between tabs, and whenever you open a link, you'll see a site icon appear in the bottom ribbon.
The tab is highlighted and a button (X) appears that allows you to close that tab.
The tab bar at the bottom is a useful addition, a feature that has been required in the mobile version for a long time. It makes managing tabs easy via a smartphone.
In addition, last April, Google began rolling out a new feature for some users in the Chrome browser for Android to track prices to alert them about price drops.
This comes after Google discontinued the Android shopping app earlier to replace it with the web app.
Once the feature is activated, Chrome will monitor your open tabs for any price drops, and send you a notification if anything happens.
The feature can be useful for Android app functionality, but it's not compatible with price tracking extensions like Keepa that are available for the browser's desktop version.