2 Ways to Move Chrome Address Bar to Bottom on iPhone

If you're tired of constantly adjusting your iPhone's position to reach the top address/search bar in Google Chrome, we have good news for you. Thanks to a recent update, you can now move the address bar from the top to the bottom in Google Chrome on your iPhone. In this article, we will show you two simple methods to achieve this.

Method 1: From Address Bar Itself

One of the easiest ways to move Chrome's URL bar to the bottom of your iPhone is directly from the address bar itself.

  1. Launch Google Chrome on your iPhone and visit any website.
  2. Next, touch and hold the top address bar for a few seconds to see the “Move address bar to bottom” option. Select this option to move the address bar to the bottom of the screen in Chrome.

To move the address/search bar back to the top, simply touch and hold the address bar again and select the “Move address bar to top” option.

Method 2: From Chrome's Setting Page

If you can't see the option to move the address bar due to a bug or any other reason, you can still move it to the bottom from the settings menu.

  1. Open the Chrome browser on your iPhone and tap the Meatball icon (three-dotted icon) in the bottom-right corner. Then, select “Settings.”
  2. In the settings menu, go to the “Address bar” setting and select the “Bottom” layout.
  3. Tap “Done” and your address bar in Google Chrome will be moved to the bottom of the screen.

That's it! Now you can easily access the address/search bar in Chrome without having to reach to the top of your iPhone's screen.

By following these simple steps, you can enjoy a more convenient browsing experience on your iPhone. Whether you're browsing the web or searching for something specific, having the address bar at the bottom makes it easier and more comfortable to use.

Shifting Chrome's Address Bar on Your iPhone

After Safari, Chrome can also relocate the URL bar on the iPhone towards the bottom. With phone screens getting bigger every year, this feature from Google is a welcome addition. Hopefully, this feature will also arrive for Android phones. Nevertheless, we hope the guide above has assisted you in moving your Chrome's address bar to the bottom of your iPhone.