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Google Chrome for Android opens its own beta channel

The Navigator Google Chrome It has already become a reference in Android terminals, since it works quite well and, in addition, its developers want it to be almost a standard and, therefore, they include it in the latest versions of the operating system as the reference application to access to Internet. Well, a further step has been taken in supporting this program since a beta channel with your app.

Therefore, the possibility of enjoying the latest news of this browser opens, therefore, know first-hand what Google is doing to improve this application which has as one of its great attractions the possibility of being connected with the version for laptops and desktops to, in this way, be able to work in the best possible way and have everything centralized. A very good option, but some see it as excessive intrusion from the Mountain View developers.

Also, as you can see below, there is a specific application -and that it is not a functional problem to have the stable version also installed- to test what Google Chrome has again.


An attempt is made to reach more users

With this move, Google gets a bit closer to the way independent developers act, such as the group CyanogenMod, that offers the version of its ROM known as Nightly that includes the news here with hardly any tests for the most impatient to try them, and then incorporate them into the stable version (Stable). The truth is that this is a success, since in this way users know the efforts of the developers and, in addition, they have the feeling of continuous work. It remains to be known if reports can be sent to the creators with the bugs that they have.

The application is available for download on Google Play at this link, and it’s totally free. In order to install it, you must have a terminal with Android 4.0 or higher and 22 MB of free space. In addition, this page already indicates that this version of Google Chrome is not stable and that it should be used to preview the improvements that will come in the future.