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If you’re keen on closely following Google Chrome’s development on Windows and Mac, you know that the best way to do so is to install Chrome Canary, which is updated daily with features and fixes – but at your own risk, as the new code isn’t tested. Now, you can do so on your Android device too.
The Canary channel is now available from Google Play, so you can kick the tires on the latest version of the browser before anyone else, starting with v56.0.2891.8.
Of course, you’ll want to be careful with it, as the builds for Canary ship without manual testing. Plus, Google notes that you’ll likely incur data spends of about 100MB per week updating the app as frequently as releases are made available.
You can grab Chrome Canary, at your own peril, from Google Play.
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