The updated Chrome browser, designed for smartphones and tablets, has taken into account the rapid increase in the size of the screens of gadgets. The address bar is moved down in it, so users don’t have to drag their finger up to continue surfing the Internet. In update 61.0.3163.51, a new gesture also appeared due to the rapidly lengthening of the displays of flagship smartphones: the bookmark menu is opened by swiping up. Navigation has also improved significantly. The placement of history icons, downloads, and others has also been changed. Despite the fact that the function first appeared in the alpha version of the browser (Chrome Dev), there was not much hype around it. Now, when it became clear that the change will move forward, perhaps users will become more responsive to the initiative of Google. Most likely, in the very near future, the change will be visible in the stable version too. Those who do not like such a rearrangement will be able to return the panel to the top through the settings. You can download the beta through the Google Play app store.