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Chrome for Android may soon have a Dev channel for avant-garde web viewers

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Desktop Chrome users have access to stable, beta and developer versions for some time, but Google has only opened up Android to the first two so far. It might willing to go one step further, if François Beaufort's discovery is any indication. The developer has spotted a Dev channel build of the mobile browser lurking in a tracker alongside the beta and stable code. While the release isn't accessible, it's clearly a step ahead of the latest public software. We've reached out to Google to learn whether or not this is a sign of downloadable Dev versions to come, or just a peek behind the curtain; we'll let you know if there's a chance to experiment even further with Chrome than what's possible today.

Chrome for Android may soon have Dev channel for curious users

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