Chrome 69 for iOS Moved Navigation Bar to Bottom of Screen & Users are Unhappy

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With the release of Chrome 69 for iOS, Google has moved the browser’s  navigation bar to the bottom of the user interface and people are not happy about it.

In this update, Google introduces a lot of new features such as the addition of the material design, in-address bar answers to search queries, better tab management, and more. The most noticeable change in the iOS version  though, is the moving of the navigation bar, which includes the back and forward arrows, a new search button, the open tabs button, and the menu button, from the top of the Chrome browser screen to the bottom as shown below.

Chrome 68 and Chrome 69

The only additional user interface element added is the new


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