Google Chrome is a free, fast, and secure web browser in Android. Just enter the URL at the top in the address bar and enjoy browsing. But what if you don’t want that address bar on top and want to move Chrome’s address bar to the bottom of your screen on Android phone or tablet.

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Usually, the Chrome’s default address bar appears at the top of the screen, so it becomes hard to control it with a single hand at a time when you are using a widescreen phone. Hence, Chrome browser has one chrome://flags menu which helps to change some minor things to meet your comfort. This will also let you move Chrome address bar to the bottom of the screen. If you want a little customization on a web browser, then follow these steps to move Chrome address bar from top to bottom on your Android device.

How to Move Chrome Address Bar to Bottom on Android PhoneHow to Move Chrome Address Bar to Bottom on Android Device

Step #1. Open Google Chrome browser on your Android phone.

Open Chrome browser on Android phoneStep #2. Enter “chrome://flags” in the address bar and hit the enter.

Enter chrome flags in Chrome address bar on AndroidStep #3. Next, tap on the three-dot menu at the top-right corner and select “Find in page”.

Go to Menu and Select Find in Page in Chrome on AndroidStep #4. Now search “Chrome Home” in the find in page and tap on “Default” under the chrome home Android.

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Search Chrome Home and Tap on Chrome Home Android Default optionStep #5. Select “Disabled” from the drop-down pop-up and then tap on “Relaunch now” to restart Chrome.

Select Disabled and Tap on Relaunch Now in ChromeStep #6. Once it re-launched, your chrome address bar will appear at the bottom of the screen as you see in the screenshot.

You can see chrome address bar will appear at the bottom of the screen on AndroidYou’re done!

Well, you can swipe up the recently moved bottom address bar to see the most visited sites. Besides, if you want to take the address bar to the top, then swipe up to the address bar to the top of the screen.

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Hope you followed the above procedure successfully and enjoying the chrome address bar comfortably at the bottom of the screen. If you are using the address bar at the bottom, then let us share your experience in the comments or on the Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.