Google is testing a new dynamic in Chrome on Android that will make it easier to access the web pages we visit frequently.
If you use Google Chrome as your default web browser on mobile, you will know that it gathers all the web pages you visit frequently on the new tab page. A dynamic that is automatically activated as it goes recognizing your browsing habits.
However, Chrome wants to streamline this dynamic a little more with a new way to display the most visited websites. As mentioned in Android Police, the new test now places them below the address bar. So you would no longer have to go to the new tab to choose a certain website, but you will have it available when you search for the website in the address bar.
We are not referring to the autocomplete, but a new section will appear below the address bar that you can scroll to find the shortcut to the web page you want to access. This new dynamic does not replace the shortcuts you find in the new tab, but it provides a new option for those who prefer to avoid that step. And a detail to keep in mind is that only from the new tab page you can edit the websites that appear in this section.
Some users are already seeing this new system in Chrome as part of this test, but there is also the possibility of activating it from the experimental functions of the browser. To do this, go to chrome://flags, and in the search box type Omnibox Most Visited Tiles.
Once you find the function, choose “Enable” and restart Google Chrome to implement this dynamic. If this system works for you, you can leave it enabled until it is implemented by default, or you can repeat the same steps we saw to disable the feature in the browser.