With the rise of Windows touchscreen devices and touchscreen Chromebooks, it makes sense for Google's web browser to be more finger-friendly and needle-friendly, and an improved version of Chrome is now available. the Canary channel: buggy version of the application aimed at developers.
It has a rounded address bar and a new circular tab button, among other ornaments, and makes several interface elements easier to stab with your digits or a stylus. However, as the developers of XDA report, a much larger visual review is on the way.
Called "Material Design 2", the new look will apparently be released on the browser's birthday (September 2 if it's not already marked in your calendar). Material Design is the clean, card-based design you see in almost every Google application on the web and on mobile devices, so presumably the new design is based on that.
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As to what Material Design 2 will actually change, your assumption is as good as ours at this time, as there are no previews available. Undoubtedly, a revised color palette will be included to give the new navigator a visual boost, but for the rest of the blooms we will have to wait a few months yet.
Google is always updating Chrome for desktop and mobile devices with new features, such as long press the Back button to access your Android browsing history, but they are not always immediately obvious. It seems that the next big update will certainly be.
Will the other Google applications, from Gmail to Google Maps, be online for a visual update as well? We'll have to wait and see. NetMarketShare currently reports that Chrome enjoys a 60 percent share of the desktop browser market, with the aging Internet Explorer as the second-place rival with just over 12 percent.