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4 new Chrome mobile features to quickly find information

An illustration of the top half of a phone showing different Chrome mobile search features.

It should be easy to find the information you need, even when you’re on the move. We recently launched four Chrome mobile features to help you quickly find what you’re looking for — from trip inspiration to trending topics. Let’s check them out.

1. Get ideas for your next search

When you’re on an eligible site in Chrome on iOS or Android and click on the Chrome address bar, you’ll now see relevant search suggestions. Let’s say you’re reading an article about Japan as you plan for an upcoming trip. When you click on the address bar, you’ll see a new section labeled “Related to this page” with suggestions for other searches — like local restaurants or tourist attractions in Japan.

In Chrome on iOS, a URL for a blog about “All things made in Japan” is highlighted. Below, searches related to the website are suggested, including “japan tourist attractions” and “things to do in tokyo.”

2. See what’s trending

In Chrome on Android, you can now see trending Google searches directly in the Chrome address bar. Just open a new tab, tap the address bar and scroll down to see what’s trending. You can also click on a trending search to see search results for that topic and learn more about it. This feature is coming to Chrome on iOS later this year.

An Android phone shows a selected Chrome address bar. A recent search shows “how to play chrome dino game,” while a list of trending searches below shows “u.s. women’s soccer” and “new album releases.”

3. Find related searches in Touch to Search

A few years ago we introduced Touch to Search on Android so you could quickly search a word or phrase directly from a webpage. Now, you can find related searches using Touch to Search, too. Say you’re reading an article and you come across a topic you want to learn more about. Using Touch to Search, you’ll now see a carousel of related searches so you can quickly find more information about it. Learn how to enable Touch to Search on Android.

A blog on sustainability lists the names of several cities in Chrome on Android. “Lisbon” is highlighted and held down. A box appears at the bottom of the screen with more information on Lisbon, including related searches “lisbon hotels” and “food tour lisbon.”

4. Get more suggestions when you search

When you start typing in the Chrome address bar on your phone, you’ll now see 10 (instead of six) suggestions to help guide your search. The most relevant suggestions will appear first, and you can access more options by scrolling. Already available on Android, this feature has now rolled out to iOS users.

In Chrome on iOS, “vacation shoes” is typed in the address bar. A list of search suggestions like “vacation shoes men” and “beach vacation shoes” appear, along with related websites. As the keyboard is minimized, more search suggestions appear below.

Stay tuned for more updates that make it easier to find information in Chrome.

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