This started a week ago. Whenever I search for a website on google, for example verge or even macrumors article, tapping on the link opens up an odd tab like page. See the red arrow below. The bar not only takes up a good amount of top space, but if you tap the lone close button, it takes you back to google. Why do I need that huge arse close button when I can simply press the back button at the bottom left? I also suspect that this enables Google to track our mobile browsing habits even more. But on google search results page, if you load desktop version, tapping on any search result link does not show this behaviour. I have so many times tapped on this close button and it takes be back to google search results. So these days, regressions are fancy packed as updates and shoved down our throats. Anyone having same behaviour? I tried this on iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.