Google has introduced the Chrome Beta channel for smartphones and tablets running Android 4.0 and above. The company's latest Beta channel for phones and tablets now joins their existing Beta versions of Chrome for Mac, Windows, Linux and Chrome OS.
Version 25.0.1364.8 of Chrome Beta, which is now available in the Google Play Store
will allow users to access and try out new features of the browser before they're rolled out as stable.
Users must keep in mind that since the browser is in the beta phase, they are liable to come across bumps and encounter various bugs. As a user you can, however, provide feedback regarding issues.
Users can install the Beta alongside their current version of Chrome for Android. Google promises to push timely updates so that users can test out their latest work as soon as it's ready.
Google says Chrome for Android beta now has all the same optimisation and speed that its desktop browsers have, including improvements to the Octane performance benchmark. The changes are expected to bring an improvement of about 25-30%. The update also includes HTML5 features for developers like CSS Filters.
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