last November, the repository of Chromium gave us clues on one of the upcoming new features of the web browser Chrome for Android, a new feature that now finally we can test on our mobile devices.
Chrome for Android is inspired by Safari for iOS and begins to test a new gesture navigation, which allows us to step back and forward a page with just a swipe of our finger.
Your new gesture to move back or forward a page
this Is a gesture-horizontal we make by sliding your finger from the sides of the screen. When you swipe from the left side to the right go back a page, swipe from the right side toward the left will move the page. That is to say, we will go by browsing our browsing history.
How to activate navigation with gestures
Now, the new navigation with gestures this is a experimental feature at the moment it only works on versions Chrome Dev and Chrome Canary. To activate the new gestures so we only have to follow these steps:
- Open Chrome Dev or Canary.
- Enter in chrome://flags from the address bar.
- Enable (Enabled) the new function History navigation with gesture.
- Restart Chrome by clicking on Relaunch Now.
once you have restarted Chrome since we can swipe from the sides of the screen with a flick horizontally to go back or forward between the last visited pages in the history of the open tab.
On Google Play | Chrome Dev
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The news Chrome for Android was inspired by iOS: so you can test your new gesture to navigate in your history was originally published in Xataka Android by Cosmos .
January 29, 2019
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