A new change in the design of the browser integrated into the Google app makes it easier and more complete to move between different web pages: now navigation and sharing buttons appear at the bottom of the screen. This new design is starting to be available.
The evolution within Google apps has been remarkable in recent years, usually due to a small cosmetic variation introduced as a test in some users’ phones. And is Google got us used to A / B testing
New navigation menu, access to share and more
The renewal of the browser integrated into the Google application aims to make moving between web pages more comfortable with the idea of ease of use without having to resort to the main browser. Since opening a website from Discover or the search engine means moving between pages other than the one from which the navigation originated, Google introduced the page up and down buttons
As confirmed in 9to5Google, the in-app browser moved much of the top navigation menu to the bottom of the screen. At the top, the closing “x” and the favorite button remain; showing at the bottom the top and bottom buttons, the share button and the browser menu with additional actions
The redesign makes it easier to use the built-in browser and reduces dependency on the main browser as Google makes the former more comprehensive and versatile. The change is already in the Google app, although not enabled by default on all phones: Google must activate it from its servers. This implies that not all users will see the change, we will have to be patient if the redesign is not already present.
Via | 9to5Google