Google is working on a couple of new features that will refine the search experience for Chrome users on Android. It looks like the company might be rolling out another feature to improve Search for Chrome.
Spotted first by Android Police, the feature first made its appearance in Chrome 73. The feature will now separate the copied URL with the other recent searches. Moreover, now tapping on the search bar will pop the list of URLs and will allow users to either search or type a new URL. The feature is currently available on Chrome Dev and Canary, and will require enabling the flag- chrome://flags/#enable-search-ready-omniboxflag (copy this address and go to it) to see these changes.
Google has also added little share and edit buttons beside the copied URL to allow users to directly edit or share the URL with their friends. Considering, the stable version is still on version 71, it’s safe to say that it will be a while before we will get to see the feature in public builds. For now, you can always download the Chrome Canary build to try out new features. PSA: Make sure you don’t use Canary build for the day-to-day task as these builds are unstable and might cause issues.
Via: Android Police