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Chrome Beta for Android gets a new, simpler tab switcher

Michael Gorman, @Numeson
November 5, 2013
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Hate the stack of cards-style layout of your open tabs in Chrome for Android? It's time for you to switch to the browser's beta release, friend, because a better tab switcher awaits. François Beaufort, Googler and Chrome dev extraordinaire, has revealed that Android's most recent Chrome Beta update includes a more straightforward (and darker themed) tab switcher intended for use on all those memory-starved phones that'll soon be running KitKat. For folks who like what they see in the screenshots above, the new tab nav can be turned on by heading over to chrome://flags/#accessibility-tab-switcher in your beta browser's address bar.

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