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How to Turn Bookmarks Into Apps in Google Chrome

In the world, now Google Chrome has overtaken Firefox to become the second most used browser after Internet Explorer. Speed, simplicity, frequent feature update, web apps and other offerings attracts more people to Chrome. For example, latest version of Google Chrome lets users turn bookmarks into apps for ease of use. Here is how it is.

If you have the latest version of Google Chrome, you will have notice that opening a new tab displays web apps with large icons. A new feature is the ability to turn bookmarks into apps.

1. To turn bookmarks into apps, just drag a bookmark from the toolbar down to the apps on a new tab page (to open bookmark toolbar, press Ctrl + Shift + B).

If you have too many bookmarks, you can make a new app section for your bookmarks.

2. For that, just drag the app icon to the footer bar (see screenshot) and drag and drop other apps to this new tab.

3. To rename this new tab, double click on the new tab and name it, for example bookmarks.

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