How to Move Android Chrome address bar
Mobile phones have grown consistently bigger over the years and many screens are now more than five inches across the diagonal, which makes them tricky to operate One-handed. Chrome’s address bar (sometimes called the Omnibox) is at the top of the browser, which makes it even more of a stretch for your thumb. It would be much easier to reach if it was at the bottom of your screen.
To move the bar, open Chrome on your Android device and
type chrome://flags into the address bar
Scroll down the page until you come to an item called Chrome Home,
then tap the button and select Enabled from the menu.
A message appears prompting you to restart Chrome. When it restarts, the address box will be at the bottom.
Now you are able to Scroll it as per your need. If you want to move it back to the top again, return to Chrome Home and select Default. That’s it.
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