Google tests material design for Chrome
California [United States], July 23 (ANI): You may soon get to see a redesigned Chrome interface.
Google is internally testing out the material design interface for its Chrome browser which will turn the address bar curvy, while the tabs will be separated with thin vertical lines rendering an overall flat appearance, Cnet reported.
The overhaul of the interface will be one of the major updates after Google Chrome's public debut in 2008. (ANI)
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