Tried it on other browsers and with all the big phones, reaching the address bar on bottom is so much easier and would make browsing much better
At least on the stable that setting doesnt move the address bar down, just places a tool bar on bottom but the address bar remains on top
Oh goodness, @teobb I’m sorry. Totally did not read your question carefully enough.
No problem I hope a developer reads it! It’s a very smart feature that makes the browser more comfortabe to use and it’s very possible to implement
So far Samsung Internet, Vivaldi, Kiwi (those are chromium based) have it as a setting, so I think Brave developers teams should be able to implement it too
Yeah I use firefox also, and it has a really well designed bottom toolbar.
Yes, me too, I wish they could “copy” the bottom URL bar and the speed dial tiles in new page from them, not sure if an actual developer will ever read me tho
UPDATE: I’ve learned that Kiwi browser is full open source (also Chromium based) and implements the bottom URL bar, so I think the code could be forked into Brave from it
I will check out the mentioned browsers, perhaps they are more what I’m looking for - no reason to wait around for Brave to get serious with Android.
I hope a developer read us, if you want to check other browsers with bottom URL bar I found: kiwi, Vivaldi, Samsung browser, Firefox but there are more and except for Firefox they are all chromium based
Yes, or Firefox/Mozilla based.
Could be nice to have that option, no matter I rether prefer URL bar on top, but that’s my personal choice.
Option for both upper/bottom is best I think!
Decisions, decisions, decisions!!!
What I mean is to move the URL bar on bottom, just like the picture in the first post, I don’t think we need 2 bars one on top one on bottom, but simply to move the upper one (URL bar) on bottom, simple and clean
You know who also got a fast browser with optional bottom address bar?
I’m using that while I wait for Brave to make a decent Android browser.
Sadly Vivaldi doesnt play Youtube in background at the moment, otherwise it woud be very good
What exactly do you need to do with YouTube, and how does Brave for Android support this right now?