You’ve got questions. Chrome for Android has answers. A new experimental feature lurking inside of Mountain View’s mobile browser will attempt to address your queries as you key them into your smartphone or tablet. Similar to the answers displayed at the top of Google’s search results , this new functionality will produce a card in response to your question.

To enable this feature, you’ll need to be running the latest version of either Chrome for Android or its beta build on your smartphone or tablet. Go to“chrome://flags” in a new tab, scroll to the “Answers in Suggest” option, and select “Enabled.” You won’t see as many immediate answers with this new setup, as Google will likely add more results once this feature becomes available to all Chrome users by default.

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