Chrome on Android just got a whole lot better…or at least the Beta version did.
The latest update, released earlier this week, has support for Flags enabled. If you don’t already know what this is, basically it lets you try out new features for chrome that may or may not be ready for full time use. This means stuff could be broken, but it gives you a good look in to what future versions of chrome will be like. You are able to test out things like performance improvement tweaks and UI changes before they hit the main version
If you’re feeling courageous and want to be on the bleeding edge of mobile browser technology, chrome beta is free in the Google Play Store. Once installed, just type “Chrome://flags” in to the URL bar for access.
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