Experimental 'Chrome Home' interface is now 'Chrome Duplex,' address bar is back at the top

Experimental 'Chrome Home' interface is now 'Chrome Duplex,' address bar is back at the top


For over a year now, Google has been working on an overhaul of Chrome's interface on Android, called 'Chrome Home.' It moved the address bar to the bottom of the screen, and pulling up on the address bar would reveal an updated New Tab Page. Despite it being mostly ready for release, Google canned it earlier this month for reasons unknown.


In the latest builds of Chrome Canary, the flag to enable Chrome Home has been renamed to 'Chrome Duplex' (#enable-chrome-home-bottom-nav-labels).

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