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Google Chrome For Android will be Getting Close All Tabs Button

Close All Tabs Button Will Roll Out Soon To Google Chrome For Android

Google keeps on introducing new features in order to provide the improved user experience. Recently, we came to know that Google Chrome For Android will get a new Dedicated “Close All Tabs” Button that will let users trash all the tabs at once.

Google Chrome For Android To Get Close All Tab Button

Recently a new commit code has been discovered that hints at a dedicated Close All Tab Button. However, we are still not sure that when will this update roll out. This new button will be similar to trash can icon. It will provide a simpler and easier way to the users to close all the tabs at once. Furthermore, Closing all tabs at once is currently available in Chrome but that is only accessible from the overflow menu in Tab view. Now, the latest update will bring a dedicated button that will make the interface more user-friendly.
Close All Tabs Button Will Roll Out Soon To Google Chrome For Android
Google Chrome is one of the popular Web browsers worldwide. Moreover, Chrome is well designed and packed with essential features. Almost a week back, Google started rolling out Chrome 71 For Android. The new version came up with some important security improvements and new tweaks. The new version brought a new payment warning screen. A warning screen usually appears when websites not properly disclose that the information entered by users will be used for subscriptions. After that warning, people can decide to go back or proceed. Furthermore, “Autofill & payments” option is now divided into two sub-options that are“Payment methods” and “Addresses and more”. Google brought this change for quicker management and easier understanding.  The latest Chrome version also detects pages that don’t follow the practices on how to make it clear that a transaction is going to occur. Let’s see what Chrome Offers in its latest upcoming update.

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