Google has recently updated the Chrome browser for desktop users providing a new user interface. Earlier there use to be two tabs when we start Chrome. One was for the speed dial, having all our most visited website bookmarks while the second was having bookmarks of apps installed on Chrome. But now Google has included both of them in a single page.
Now in the new Google Chrome, the speed dial has been introduced on the home page itself while users can access to apps by clicking on an icon labeled as ‘Apps’ which is right at your bookmark toolbar.
New Home page or New user interface?
Now whenever you’ll start your browser then you’ll see this new home page. According to me, this new home page is worth of previous one as I’m getting all things summed up at single place.
As leaked earlier, Google has also introduced a new flat logo with this new Chrome. Right now this new logo is working only on the home page of chrome (not on the general Google home page) but it will soon take over older logo everywhere.
The new logo is flatter and without shadows. It looks much better than previous one. Google’s traditional search engine is also there right below its logo which is powered by voice search tool, which works great.
There is one more major change. The top black colored bar having all popular Google services bookmarks is now gone. There is no black bar on the top now. It has been replaced by icons on the top right corner.
The top right corner starts with Google+ bookmark, Gmail, Images, bookmark tray, notification, share tool and your Google profile. Google is also pushing its Google+ with this new interface as now users will see Google+ in starting.
In order to get to Google’s other services, you need to check the bookmark tray and there you’ll find the bookmarks listed in icons which were earlier there in the top black bar.
Only for Chrome users!
Right now these features are only available to Google Chrome users but very soon Google will introduce them to all users. This new user interface is impressive according to me and now it’s easier to navigate and use all Google services.
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