The representation of tabs on top of the screen, which currently are trapezoidal, will become curvy and rounded.
Google Chrome is a browser which most of the users prefer over others for its convenience of operation. It was launched by the tech giant in 2008 and since then, no major alterations have been done to the browser. However, it's been too long and the change was vital. So now, the Google Chrome has been undergoing tests under the material design alteration.
So what all will actually be changing? The representation of tabs on top of the screen, which currently are trapezoidal, will become curvy and rounded and the sharp edges will no longer be seen. The tabs which are open but not on-screen will just show the name on top bar and all of them will be separated by a thin line.
The other noticeable change has been done to the address bar ,which is similar to tweak on the active tab, as it will be rounded. Apart from these two changes, no other prominent alteration will be noticed on the browser.
Since appearance is subjective, not everyone will like the changes but at least it will give a bit refresh to the similar browser we have been using for years now. The new version will be active on all the operating systems including Linux, Windows and Chrome OS. You can check the changes by downloading Google Canary but the page states that it is built for developers and instability could be observed.