Google began testing an interesting innovation for the Chrome mobile browser for Android – a customizable button on the top bar, which also houses the search bar (aka the address bar).
Google recently added a new button for some users in Chrome Beta 92 between the address bar and the tab switcher. For some users this is a shortcut to a new tab, while for others it is a share button.
Chrome Canary 93 now has this new button. Moreover, the user can choose from several proposed options – based on “use”, “share”, new tab or voice search.
Toolbar options can be found in the settings under “Advanced” -> “Toolbar icon”. If for some reason they are not displayed for an early Canary build, this can be fixed by activating two flags: chrome: // flags / # adaptive-button-in-top-toolbar and chrome: // flags # adaptive-button-in -top-toolbar-customization.