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Chrome's experimental browser comes to Android

Chrome Canary makes beta tests seem tame.
Jon Fingas, @jonfingas
October 19, 2016
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You no longer have to stick to your computer to try the cutting edge version of Google's web browser. The company has started offering Chrome Canary for Android, giving you a taste of new mobile browsing features before the beta crowd gets its turn. As always, the Canary releases are something of a gamble. Google will automatically post updated versions every weekday without human testing, so there's no guarantee that they'll work properly or at all. Thankfully, you don't have to ditch your regular version of Chrome. If you just want to experiment with Chrome on the side, it probably won't hurt to give this a shot.

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