According to the feedback from netizen @Nail_Sadykov, after the Beta channel Android version of Google Chrome browser is upgraded to version 114, the navigation bar can be made transparent by enabling the experimental Flag.
To enable this new feature, users need to install the Chrome Beta 114 version update, enable the chrome:flags#DrawEdgeToEdge experimental Flag, and restart the browser to notice the change.
In the Android 10 operating system launched in 2019, Google introduced gesture navigation pages and allowed developers to make the bottom navigation bar transparent. However, the entire process has not been smooth, and currently there are not many applications that support this feature.
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However, this new feature does not apply to interfaces that use traditional three-button navigation. Since there will be clickable navigation buttons at the bottom, if the navigation bar is transparent, it may affect the user experience.
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