Google Updates Beta Version of Chrome for Android
Jan 15, 2013, 8:50 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Google has made a new beta version of Chrome available to Android handsets via the Chrome Beta Channel. The Chrome beta program, which was announced last week, lets Android 4.0 and up device owners test pre-release builds of the Chrome browser. Google has provided a detailed changelog on its Chrome Release Blog. The newest beta resolves some bugs, such as the ability to edit bookmarks and jump between tabs more seamlessly. It is free to use, but Google warns that the beta software will continue to be plenty buggy.
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