How To Put Chrome Search Bar On Bottom Of Your Android Screen in a Few Steps

By default, Chrome Search Bar is located at the top of the screen which can be inconvenient for certain users to browse comfortably. For instance, if you have a large phone or a small hand, you might find it difficult to access the address bar with your thumb. However, moving the search bar to the bottom of your Android screen is not a straightforward process. For this, you need to enable the “Experimental feature” known as Chrome Duet, which can be found hidden on the Chrome Flags page.

Chrome flags are advanced settings that allow you to test and tweak various features and functionalities of Chrome. A few of these functionalities can be under development and may not work as it should. Hence, you should proceed further with caution and only tinker with the ones that you know what they do.

You can follow this blog post and learn the step-by-step process to put a Chrome Search bar on the bottom of the smartphone screen. This way you can enjoy a more comfortable & customizable surfing experience. You can easily access the address bar, switch tabs, go home, and open menus with one hand. So, without further ado, let’s get started!

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Steps to Move Address Bar to Bottom of your Chrome Browser on Android

To enable this feature, you need to perform the below-mentioned simple steps.

Important Notice Regarding Chrome Browser URL Search Bar Relocation

Before proceeding, please note that Google has removed the feature to relocate the URL search bar in Chrome 84, the latest version of the browser. If you are determined to use this feature, you may be required to revert to an older version of Chrome, such as Chrome 83 or an earlier release. However, it is crucial to emphasize that downgrading is not recommended, as it may expose your browser to security risks and potential bugs. If you still wish to explore the process of moving the URL search bar in the Chrome browser, kindly follow the steps below, specifically applicable to older versions of Chrome.

STEP 1 = Launch Chrome browser on your Android and type – chrome://flags/. Hit on the desired results that appear below!

On the next page, you can see a list of experimental features that you can enable or disable.

experimental features

STEP 2 = Navigate to the search box at the top of the page and type Chrome Duet. This will filter out the results and show you the flag – Chrome Duet. This is the flag that enables the split toolbar interface on Chrome for Android.

STEP 3 = Now, tap on the drop-down menu located below the flag name and select the Enabled option.

STEP 4 = Tap on the Relaunch button at the bottom of the page and your Chrome browser will restart automatically and changes will be applied.

Relaunch button

Note: If you do not see the change then force stop Chrome and restart it again, it should do the trick.

When enabling it you will receive a warning about using these experimental features as it may sometimes give unexpected results. This new feature will make it much easier for users to browse the Internet.

Alternatively, you can try some other browsers that have a similar feature, such as Brave, Vivaldi, or Kiwi. These browsers allow you to customize the position and appearance of the address bar and other buttons on your Android device.

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Improve Your Browsing Experience By Moving The Chrome Search Bar To The Bottom On Android

Moving the URL bar of the Chrome browser to the bottom of the smartphone screen can make it easier for you to access the address bar, switch tabs, go home, and open menus with one hand. It can also give you more screen space at the top of your screen, which can improve your visibility and readability.

I hope you found this blog post helpful and informative. If you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to leave a comment below!

Commonly Asked Questions:

Q1. How can I customize the icons in Chrome’s bottom toolbar?

  • Navigate to the Chrome flags page.
  • Search for ‘Duet Tab Strip Integration.’
  • This flag allows you to modify which icons are displayed in the bottom toolbar.
  • You can select from five options: Home, Search, Share, Tab Switcher, and Menu.
  • Choose your preferred option from the drop-down menu next to the flag’s name.
  • At last, click on the ‘Relaunch’ button to apply the changes.

Q2: How can I access functions that aren’t found on the bottom toolbar of Chrome browser?

To access functions like bookmarks, history, downloads, settings, and more that are not located on the bottom toolbar, simply tap on the menu button represented by three dots at the bottom right corner of your screen. This action will open a pop-up menu containing all these additional functions.



  • comment_avtar
    ‘Chrome Home’ not have in last Chrome 101 for Android.

    1 year ago
    • comment_avtar
      Dheeraj Manghnani
      Hi Mandak, Try search for Chrome Duet in the new version.

      1 year ago
  • comment_avtar
    Duet doesn’t give anything. It just says “No experiments”

    1 year ago

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