Google's Chrome for Android is an edition of Google Chrome released for the Android system. The release channels for chrome range from the most stable and tested (Stable channel) to completely untested and likely least stable (Canary channel). On your Android phone or tablet, go to Chrome on Google Play. Tap Accept. A more simple, secure, and faster web browser than ever, with Google’s smarts built-in. Get more done with the new Google Chrome. Google on Thursday said it will pick up Chrome's release pace by issuing a new version of the browser about every six weeks. Last week Google announced it will pause Chrome and Chrome OS releases to deal with its adjusted work schedules as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Chrome is available on phones and tablets running Android 5.0+ (Lollipop). At the time, the company said that it … Today we’re sharing an update as we’re now resuming releases with an adjusted schedule: M83 will be released three weeks earlier than previously planned and will include all M82 work as we cancelled the M82 release (all channels). Install Chrome. Cross-posted from the Chrome Releases Blog We previously paused upcoming releases for Chrome and Chrome OS.
It's changed up the release schedule. Tap the Chrome app . To start browsing, go to the Home or All Apps page.
Download now. ... “As we adapt our future milestone schedules to the current change in schedule, ... Android and Chrome … Tap Install. On February 7, 2012, Google launched Google Chrome Beta for Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) devices, for selected countries. Today, Google released the fourth major developer preview build of Android 11, after it announced earlier today that the beta isn't coming until June. The first stable version of the browser was released on June 27, 2012. Google has cancelled the next major release of Chrome . On Windows, Android, and Linux, you can run all channels alongside all others, as they do not share profiles with one another.