Chrome for Android offers the touch to search feature, which lets you perform search queries without heading to Google's homepage. This works by pressing and holding on a word or phrase until an overlay pops up at the bottom of the screen, which you can then tap on to complete a search and display results.
If this feature sounds useful, or you were already using it and it's no longer working, you can enable it with a few quick steps. Here's how:
Step 1: In Chrome for Android, head to: chrome://flags/#contextual-search. If you're reading this on your mobile, just click the link to take you there.
Step 2: In the drop-down box, choose Enabled.
Step 3: Restart the Chrome app from the alert that appears.
Now you can use the contextual search by pressing and holding on any word or phrase.