Google Chrome Address Bar Gains Improved Typo Correction and Autocompletion

Google today shared some information on updates that it is making to the address bar (or search bar) on mobile devices and the web, with these updates aimed at making it easier to find the website that you're looking for.

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When you make a typo when putting in a URL, Chrome can detect the typo and show you suggestions of the site you might actually want to visit based on your previously visited websites. Chrome is also smarter at autocompleting URLs, filling in suggestions based on sites you've visited in the past.

If, for example, you have visited https://www.google.com/travel/flights in the past, just typing in "flights" will see Google bringing that website up as a suggestion to visit. The typo correction features are available now on the desktop and on iOS, while the autocompletion update is limited to the desktop for now.

Chrome now allows you to search within your bookmark folders from the address bar, and it will suggest highly popular sites even if you've never visited them, two features available on both the desktop and mobile devices. Finally, Chrome on the desktop has an improved visual layout that offers faster response times and makes the address bar easier to read.

More information on the changes can be found in Google's Chrome blog.

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sw1tcher Avatar
9 months ago

Imagine using Google Chrome in 2023.
Yeah. Imagine that...



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9 months ago
Imagine willingly using spyware
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9 months ago
Doesn't Safari already have autocomplete and autocorrection on its address bar?
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9 months ago

Yeah. Imagine that...


Remember. That same crowd used Internet Explorer willingly too, despite it being also a ****** browser.
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I'm in the 3%, FireFox FTW!
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jz0309 Avatar
9 months ago

Chrome now allows you to search within your bookmark folders from the address bar, and it will suggest highly popular sites even if you've never visited them,
just what I always wanted, more stupid suggestions from Google, so it'll bring up TikTok, FB, instagram and all that other crap
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