How to Fullscreen Google Chrome on Android, PC, and Mac?

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Google Chrome is one of the most popular browsers in the world. With over 65% browser market share, it dominates the browser market. So, there’s a good chance that you may be using Google Chrome to consume content on the internet. And, what’s better than reading the content in full-screen mode, without looking at the status bar? In this post, we’ll tell you how to fullscreen Google Chrome on Android, PC, and Mac.

You can easily enter the fullscreen mode on Google Chrome on PC and Mac. But for Android users, the process is a little lengthy. We’ve mentioned all the details below.

Quick Solution
On Windows, you can enter fullscreen mode by pressing the F11 button. Mac users can use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Command+F. On Android phones, you need a third-party app to enter the fullscreen mode. More on this below.

How to Fullscreen Chrome on Windows

To enter the fullscreen mode on Chrome on your Windows computer, launch Google Chrome and press F11. That’s it.

Alternatively, you can tap on the three-dot icon in the upper-right corner and click the square icon in the Zoom section to enter fullscreen.

How to Fullscreen Chrome on Mac

To enter the fullscreen mode on Google Chrome, Mac users should tap on the green circle in the upper-left corner of Chrome. Or, use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Command + F.

How to Fullscreen Chrome on Android

Google Chrome on Android does not support full-screen mode. You’ll have to install a third-party app for this. Follow the steps below:

Step 1: Download the Fullscreen Mode Android app from Google Play Store.

Step 2: Open the app.

Step 3: Select the Fullscreen option.

Step 4: Open Google Chrome on your Android phone.

Step 5: Swipe down to open the notification area and tap on the third icon. (Check the screenshot below)

Google Chrome Full Screen on Android step-1

Step 6: Google Chrome should be in fullscreen mode.

Google Chrome Full Screen on Android step-2

Wrapping It Up

Reading your favorite content without looking at the status bar, again and again, increases the focus and improves readability. We hope you are now enjoying Google Chrome in fullscreen after following this guide. If you face any problems or have questions, write them in the comments below.

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