Chrome for Android adds a new alternative Google search bar.Here’s how to enable it

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Google has recently added many exciting new features to Chrome for Android. I recently saw a Mountain View giant introducing a new integrated screenshot tool to mobile browsers. The company is currently testing new features in Chrome for Android, allowing users to easily switch between Google search results.

This feature, called “Continuous Search Navigation,” basically adds a dedicated bar below Chrome’s URL bar to display additional search results based on your current search. Instead of returning to the search engine, you can switch between Google searches with a single tap.

further, 9to5Google Note: This feature is currently available in Chrome for Android v91.0.4472.120. However, what the user needs to manually enable is hidden behind the experimental Chrome flag.

How to enable continuous search navigation in Chrome

Therefore, if you want to try out new features, follow the steps below. However, before proceeding, make sure you have the latest version of Chrome installed on your Android device. Let’s move on to the steps so that it doesn’t get in the way.

  • Open the Google Chrome browser on your Android device.
  • “”Enterchrome: // flags(Without quotes) in the address bar.

Chrome for Android gets new alternative search results bar

  • Use the search bar at the top to find the “Continuous Search Navigation” flag.

Chrome for Android gets new alternative search results bar

  • Then enable the Chrome flag and restart your browser. And it’s done! This feature is now active on your device.

When enabled, a new search bar will appear below Chrome’s address bar. This side-scrollable bar shows additional websites from the current search results page. Tap any of the search results to open another search result. You can also tap the “x” button to close the dedicated search results bar. See how this feature works.

Please note that the secondary search bar is only available in Chrome for Android. As a result, iOS users are currently unable to experience this feature.

Also, 9to5Google Google states that it has slowly begun to roll out features to the masses to use it without the need to manually enable it. Therefore, given that you are using the latest version of Chrome, this feature may already be enabled on your device. So go ahead, give it a try and share your thoughts on this feature in the comments below.