Lately, Google has been constantly improving its PDF browser in Chrome. For example, it develops an option to view a two-page view of the PDF and lets you save the PDF form. But that’s not enough, and Google is improving the user interface for its PDF reader in its Google Chrome browser, given the current lack of user interface information that can lead to misunderstandings and confusion.
The new PDF browsing feature (below) brings an improved toolbar that displays sidebar navigation, PDF titles, page numbers, zoom control, rotation, page fit, download and print buttons, and additional menus, and clicks on menus can also display more options.
The new user interface is not officially available to all users, but users can activate it by setting up the interface’s “PDF Browser Update” flag. Here’s how:
1. Visit the chrome:flags settings page
2. Search for the string “PDF Viewer Update”
3. Restart your browser after selecting “Enable”
For enhanced PDF support, the browser three do not spare no effort. Microsoft has previously announced that it will bring new features and improvements such as directories, highlighting modes, text annotations, digital signatures, protected PDF files, and more to the new Microsoft Edge PDF reader.
Mozilla is not falling behind either, and the company is constantly updating PDF.js. More recently, many improvements have appeared on the Firefox Nightly version.