The redesign features "more rounded shapes, new icons, and a new color palette".
Go download Chrome 69 for desktop, iOS, Android and view the changes yourself. The new design is also pretty easy on the eyes. Website icons on tabs are easier to read on the desktop. Users can even add the search bar to the bottom of the page in iOS and can enjoy general simplification of the menus in Chrome. A random password generator is now built-in and Chrome can auto-save these passwords within its password manager (log into Google account to use this feature).
Since it syncs with your Google account, if you log into the same site later on using your smartphone's Chrome browser, it will quickly fill in the information for you.
If you don't see that option and Chrome says you are already up-to-date, the rollout hasn't hit you yet. When it's time to create a new password, Chrome will now generate one for you (so you're not using your puppy's name for all of your passwords anymore).
Nevertheless, this change should help users steer away from password reuse, which is now a big problem. If you're lazy or open a bunch of tabs, this feature will save you a bit of time so you won't have to find the answer on Wikipedia or WolframAlpha. This includes answers related to a popular place, a public figure, historical event, and more.
The updates don't stop there, and Google has further refined its Omnibox - the search bar at the top of the browser.
Head over to chrome://dino and start the game with your space bar. The first GIF we posted of the UI refresh shows off these new features. With Chrome 68, HTTPS URLs were shown in green. The team is continuing to experiment with Chrome to improve its performance, and we'll be keeping an eye on the Chromium Gerrit for any changes that we spot. The brand new Google Chrome browser is rolling out for Android, iOS, Windows, Mac, and Linux running devices. 'Already, we're working on integrating augmented reality (AR) into Chrome to bring information that you interact with across the web and put directly into your physical environment, ' he explains.
Moving forward, Chrome promises to integrate Augmented Reality into the web experience. For the phones, the new Chrome will take up the entire screen area as the support for notch has also been included. With a smarter Chrome, you will be able to do more than just look at a webpage.
Overall, Google says this visual overhaul is meant to boost productivity by reducing distractions and improving navigation.