Monday , August 21 2017

Google brings Chrome Canary to Android

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Do you fancy yourself a pioneer on the blistering edge? Do you like to have the latest thing before it’s even officially a thing? Do you have a penchant for buggy and occasionally completely unstable software?

If so then Google has a new browser for you, Chrome Canary for Android.

That’s right. Google has brought their very alpha Canary channel of Chrome for Android into the Play Store. For those who want to see what Google is experimenting with, what may be coming, what’s working and what’s not then Canary might be for you. Having played with the occasionally buggy Chrome Beta and found it too unstable for daily use I can’t imagine Canary improves things. However you may just be the type to enjoy helping find those little issues.

If you want to live on the cutting edge of Android browser technology jump down below and get yourself some canary goodness.

Chrome Canary (Unstable)
Chrome Canary (Unstable)
Developer: Google Inc.
Price: Free

Are you going Chrome Canary? Let us know below.

 
Source: Google.

Duncan Jaffrey   Journalist

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Sammy
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Been using samsung browser v 4.2.00.X and been happy, Has all the features that chrome supports (except device sync from other google account) Apart from that –
No Ads (no sudden vibrations from ads)
Full speed
Inbuilt Barcode scanner
Samsung sync between samsung devices

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