On Android, Chrome has recently added your previous search queries to the New Tab Page, displaying them alongside frequently visited websites. Google has been testing this feature for the past few months, but it appears to have just been widely implemented on Android. On all of the devices we checked, it is life in the stable channel.
There is a magnifying glass icon instead of a site favicon, and the text of your query appears below. There may be around 14 characters, with longer terms shortened. Tapping opens a new page with the Google Search results. To Remove,long-press on each one, and a frequently visited webpage should be brought back.
Enables showing the most repeated queries, from the device browsing history, organically among the most visited sites in the MV tiles.
Utilizing chrome://flags/#organic-repeatable-queries to completely disable the feature known as “Organic repeatable queries in Most Visited tiles” is a more long-lasting option. Now that searches are widely used, Chrome ought to include a user-facing setting to customize the New Tab Page. You can send Google feedback by going to Help & feedback > Send feedback at the bottom of the overflow menu.
Google Translate redesign for Android and iOS with Material You
Following last month’s declaration, Google Decipher for iPhone has gotten a Material You upgrade. Google’s newest design language, Material You, was announced in 2021. It is widely used on Android and is slowly making its way to the web. Google Translate was the first app to receive a complete update, so its availability on iOS is significantly reduced. The pick-in-review rendition of Google Home additionally utilizes Material You.) At the end of 2021, it was added to the Android app.
The bottom bar navigation will be replaced by an input-focused user interface in this Google Translate redesign. You can type into a much larger field using the pen tool or the keyboard. A microphone button and shortcuts for the Conversation and Camera modes, which open Google Lens, are located below the language selector.
Tap your avatar to access history, and you can access Saved phrases and transcripts in the top-left corner. When the text field is open from the top bar, past translations can also be accessed, but iOS cannot swipe down on the main screen as Android does. Additionally, long-pressing and swiping on languages to quickly switch has not been added by Google.
In place of wallpaper-based Dynamic Color, which is a fundamental tenet of Material You’s customization focus, Google Translate is simply using blue for accents. This design language also includes larger touch targets and no shadows or flatness.
Lastly, the Material You redesign was brought about by a server-side update in the past few days, and Google Translate 7.0 for iPhone was launched earlier in March through App Store.