How to reopen closed tabs on Google Chrome [Simple Android Guide]


If you are a desktop Google Chrome user like me who accidentally closed tabs on Chrome, you always want to reopen closed tabs on Chrome for Android. Most desktop web browsers I know have the ability to reopen closed tabs after you’ve closed it. Since mobile browsers are gaining as much popularity as desktop browsers, they are integrating same features into it. It’s very easy to restore a closed tab on Chrome browser, check this guide, I will keep things simple.


Note: Please update your Google Chrome for Android to the latest version from Google Play Store to make sure the everything works correctly.

How to reopen closed tabs on Chrome Android

Open Google Chrome for Android from the homescreen. Now surf the web like you usually do. Open multiple tabs and close some tabs that you don’t want. When you close tabs, a toast notification will appear to UNDO the close tab.

The notification stays only for a few seconds, so you’ve to act quickly.


What if you’ve missed the UNDO prompt?

Don’t fret, there’s another way to bring back those chrome tabs you recently closed. If you’ve missed UNDO prompt notification, what you’ve to do is enter into Chrome’s Menu followed by an option Recent Tabs.

On tapping Recent Tabs, you’ll see a list of closed tabs. From here, you can reopen closed tabs. Easy enough, right?




So, this is how you restore or reopen closed tabs on Chrome. Visit How-To Guides for more guides.

Also read: How to reopen closed tab on Chrome for PC

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rhonda lee
rhonda lee

This does not work for tabs that you’ve had open for some time. I had 371 open tabs of research over the past year. I saw that it said these tabs were being closed in spite of pressing Undo. Recent tabs does not list all of them. Only those you recently viewed or opened. I want all the tabs I had open back up,not just the ones recently viewed. Any other suggestions to get them back open?