Large-screen tweaks arrive as a part of Samsung Web v21.0 beta
Samsung loves marching to the beat of its personal drum, and slightly than simply push Chrome on all Galaxy customers, it cooked up its personal answer. Samsung Web is the default browser on the highest Samsung telephones, and whereas there are myriad advantages of utilizing the corporate’s personal browser, there are some areas the place it nonetheless lags behind — like usability on tablets. The corporate appears to have realized the significance of efficiency throughout kind elements, and proper now Samsung’s sharing some modifications designed particularly for pill customers as a part of the newest beta.
With Samsung Web model 21.0 beta, pill customers will lastly be capable to transfer the handle bar to the underside of the display screen for simpler entry. As the corporate notes, the characteristic made its technique to smartphones with launch 16.0.2, however was absent from bigger screens till now. Along with the URL bar, the beta additional permits customers to maneuver the bookmarks bar and the tab bar to the decrease portion of the display screen. In the meantime, the brand new beta additionally updates the Chromium engine to model 110.
The browser additional modifies how customers are notified when the system’s restrict of 99 open tabs is about to be breached. Prompts now begin to seem when 98 tabs are open, with an analogous one showing for the 99th tab. Making an attempt to open the one hundredth tab triggers a notification that the oldest tab has been closed — however with a reopen button to carry it again. It is a slight change from the earlier habits, the place the oldest tab would mechanically shut when the restrict is crossed, with no technique of recalling it.
The Samsung Web 21.0 beta is at the moment up for grabs to customers already enrolled within the beta channel. You possibly can obtain it from the Google Play Retailer or Samsung’s personal Galaxy Retailer. Alternatively, you’ll be able to obtain the browser’s newest beta for sideloading from APKMirror.