A revamped 'New Tab Page' is on show in the latest beta of Chrome for Android. The new design is cleaner and more spacious, with some features now hidden.
Google's updated 'New Tab Page' for Chrome aims to make things easier for you - but if you don't like it you can switch it off - and here's how.
In the first major overhaul since the introduction of a 'black nav bar' back in June 2011, Google has changed the way many of its core services are accessed from search pages.
If you're running a bleeding edge version of Google Chrome (be it dev, chromium or Canary) then take a peek at the New Tab page: there's something different.
Is There More to This Localised Add-On for Chrome Than Meets The Eye? We Think So...
If you're on the Chrome Dev channel do me a favour - open up a new tab. See a difference? Chances are you might.
In this weeks review, I'll be taking a look at a simple and minimalistic time and weather extension that may be worth installing, if you'd rather not look outside the window for up-to-the-second weather (jokes, of course).
Fancy more customizability and a splash of colour to your New Tab page? Then read as we take a look at the 'Awesome New Tab Page' extension for Google Chrome!