According to reports, Google is testing a new content search interface on the new tab of the Chrome browser called "Explore" that users can access via an experimental flag. According to a report from the tech site Android Police, the interface is at an early stage and currently contains a large number of wildcards ̵
The report suggests that the feature does not necessarily target the Indian market, adding that the websites that appear in this new user interface (UI) have been selected as examples by those who are watching are to develop them. In short, you can think of Explore as an extremely broad "channel" browser designed to display web pages that may be of interest to you, according to the report.
It's not clear if this is based on your individual habits (Google knows that this is almost certainly a yes), or if it's more tailored to countries and regions than specific users, he added. To enable the "Explore" interface, users can switch to Chrome and search for "explore". You should see the "Explore websites" flag. Set it to "enabled" and restart Chrome. Then open a new tab. The "Explore" interface should then appear on the new tab.