Chrome to Allow Users to Keep Searching without Having to Hit the Back Button

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Google has announced three new Chrome beta experiments, the first of which allows users to continue searching without having to hit the back button.

In an effort to make it easier to move from one search result to the next in Chrome, Google is experimenting with adding a row under the address bar on Chrome for Android that showcases the rest of the search results, without needing to go back.

The feature can be activated in Chrome beta by turning on the #continuous-search option on Android, according to the blog post.

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