How to Reposition the Address/URL Bar in Samsung Internet
For Android users, Samsung Internet is the best option for browsing. Although it was made by Samsung, it’s available on almost any Android product. Samsung’s browser offers a great variety of features, including a built-in ad-block feature.
In comparison to Google Chrome, Samsung Internet contains all the features at the bottom of the page, which is quite handy for one-handed users.
Samsung’s browser provides an option to move the URL bar to the bottom of the screen with other interface options. The URL is available at the top of the page by default, and bookmarks and page movement options are available at the bottom of the page.
Most people are used to seeing the address bar at the top of the page, but it can be moved to the bottom of the page by following some simple steps.
The address bar is more easily accessible at the bottom of the app.
For moving the address bar at the bottom of the page, use the following steps:
- Tap the 3-line bar option at the bottom.
- Tap settings
- In settings, click on layout and menus.
- Change the option from top to bottom.
By enabling the settings, your address bar will be available on the bottom of your page, and you can now use it in an easier way by leaving the other hand free for device use.
If you haven’t already, give Samsung Internet a try.
We suggest giving Samsung Internet a try if you have never done so. Although it lacks Google Chrome’s sophisticated cross-device syncing (because Samsung Internet doesn’t exist for Windows), it is jam-packed with features that improve your internet experience. Additionally, it runs flawlessly and quickly on smartphones with and without the Galaxy brand as long as they have Android 5.0 or higher.
From the Google Play Store or Samsung’s Galaxy Store, you can download Samsung Internet. You may test out new features before they are included in the stable app by downloading the beta version of Samsung Internet, which is also available on Google Play and the Galaxy Store.
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