Samsung Galaxy S10 features everything that a tech freak would want ranging from multiple cameras to One UI. The completely bezel-less screen and new Chrome gestures are also worth mentioning here, if you love to spend time while watching videos or browsing on your Samsung Galaxy smartphones.
As a matter of fact, going back on the Chrome for Android is quite easy while using the traditional navigation keys, but how do you go forward when you are browsing on Google Chrome? Fortunately, there are new Chrome Gestures that allows you to go forward easily while you are browsing using Chrome on your Samsung Galaxy S10 devices. Want to know how? Scroll down to know how it is done.
How To Enable Chrome Gestures Navigation in Samsung Galaxy S10+
The Chrome Gestures allows the users to swipe to go back to the previous page they had open, or come forward again. In other words, the Chrome Gesture feature allows you to simply navigate within the web pages by simply swiping. But that feature is hidden in the interface of the Google Chrome for Android, so it requires a few taps and settings if you want to get benefited from this amazing feature.
Follow the following steps to enable Chrome Gestures on your Samsung Galaxy S10+
In order to enable the Chrome Gesture feature, you will need to switch it on the flags area of Chrome. For this,
- Head towards the “Chrome” App in your Samsung Galaxy S10 + device and type, “chrome://flags” in the address bar of the application.
- This will prompt you to the flag area of the Chrome where you need to type “history nav” in the search bar.
- Scroll down, until you see the option saying “History navigation with gesture”. Tap the option where the “Default” is mentioned.
- From there, tap on the “Enable” option.
- After that, hit the blue “Relaunch” button on the bottom of the screen.
- The Android Chrome will re-launch and the Chrome gestures will be enabled.
That’s it! You can now swipe from right to left or from left to right to navigate from page to page. Simple!
The process is quite daunting but worth the time, if you are a browsing geek and love to spend hours on browsing and scrolling internet. It will allow you to easily navigate and switch between the web pages, while you are browsing. If you don’t like the feature, you can disable it anytime by repeating the steps, mentioned above. This will allow you to either disable the feature permanently or let you go back to default – that disables the Chrome Gestures as of now. However, the default option can enable the Chrome Gestures for you at some point in the future.
Are you going to enable the Chrome Gestures in your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus? Let us know in the comments section below.