The Internet giant does not stop preparing news for its popular web browser for mobile devices. After the News that came with version 65 of the application , now it seems that the next Google Chrome update It will bring new features that will make our lives a little easier.
Google Chrome is one of the most used web browsers for mobile phones although the big G wants more. That is why he is preparing a new update of Google Chrome that will bring two new features: a gesture to access the browsing history and a system to add emoticons quickly and easily.
As for the new gesture to access browsing history , the only thing that we will have to do will be to press the back button of our smartphone for a long time. This new feature that will come from Google Chrome has been seen through the code or flag “Long press [of] the back button to display navigation history” and will be available only for the version compatible with mobile devices.
With such a descriptive name, Long press on the back button to open the browsing history , it is clear that it will be one of the functions that we will see in a future update of Google Chrome. We are not sure how it will be shown on the screen, although it could have something to do with Duplex, one of the main novelties that will come to Google Chrome 66 .
On the other hand, the Google team is testing a new shortcut in the contextual menu where we can add u Emoji by pressing . We can prove this last novelty before the next update of Google Chrome because through Chrome Canary, the web browser’s trial version is available.
To activate the function, you must access the following code through the address menu: chrome: // flags / . Once we are in the Google Chrome banners only write chrome: // flags # enable-emoji-context-menu to have the function to add emoticons in Google Chrome
As for the new gesture to access the browsing history, we will have to wait a little longer since it seems that Google is testing this new function before launching it in Chrome Canary , the first step before it reaches the final version of Google’s browser.