Google Chrome on Android can sometimes cause problems in your smooth browsing by closing all tabs at once. This can happen by error or by accident. In such cases, users often find a way to restore all tabs, especially if there were many tabs in use before Chrome unexpectedly closed. To provide a lasting solution to such problems, Google Chrome for Android has been spotted testing a feature that will allow users to restore all closed tabs at once, similar to what available on Chrome for desktop.
While a window can be easily restored by looking through the browser history, users often encounter problems restoring all closed tabs. However, there is no solution to restore multiple closed tabs on Chrome for Android. Chrome’s story has just recently to the new test flag in Chromium source codeAndroid Batch Restore or Android Tab Restore, indicating that Google started testing this feature on Android.
As mentioned in Chromium Gerrit, users will be able to restore recent tabs in bulk by enabling the restore feature. To do so, one must go to Recent Tab > Recently Closed. This saves users time and will not require browsing through Chrome history and opening windows with previous links.
This feature may be coming to the Canary version of . soon Google Chrome for Android. However, no timeline has been set for the public rollout of the feature. The entry on Chromium Gerrit suggests that it’s fairly new at this point. Those who want to test this feature can download the latest version Canary version from the Google Play Store. However, since it is highly unstable, users should wait for a stable version on Android for the best experience.
The ability to restore all recently closed tabs is now available on the desktop version of Chrome, which also comes with a pop-up allowing you to choose whether you want to restore currently closed tabs are not.
While Chrome for Android allows users to manually restore tabs one by one, it is still not possible to restore them all at once with one click. Google has been developing this feature where users can restore recently closed tabs from the “Recently Closed” section of the Recent tab.
With the addition of this new feature, users will be able to experience smooth web browsing where restoring closed tabs will no longer be a problem.