Google is reportedly working on a new, enhanced version of autofill for the Android app in Chrome.
Where autofill is one of the most useful features of Chrome, it’s currently slightly inconvenient. Chrome does provide you with options when you select a certain field on a page, but the floating menu covers a portion of the show.
Google Chrome for Android will soon get an upgrade that will make the whole process seamless, according to a recent report from XDA Developers. Just above the keyboard, the application will provide suggestions without blocking the view. Users will also be able to navigate through those options.
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In addition, Chrome will allow users to use the Hamburger menu to manage passwords, payment methods, and addresses. These options are currently only available in ‘Browser settings’ on the Chrome desktop.
The report details that a while ago, the new autofill was available on Chrome Canary and Dev builds. Users could use the feature after enabling some switches allowing users to switch experimental features. However, the improved autofill has only recently been made available for both Chrome Canary and Dev builds in such a way that they don’t require manual activation. It means that the feature is about to roll out, and will appear earlier than later in Chrome Android.