A small, midstream update to Chrome App for Android is now rolling out in the Google Play store for users. The update is build 63.0.3239.111 for those keeping score at home and is a bug fix update to the browser. It is the second update of the month for the browser, following the release to Chrome 63 a week ago and fits with Google’s normal update scheme of these past few months. That is, a major update early in the month with a mid-month minor update.
Functionally, you won’t find any difference in this new build compared to the one released last week. This update is purely focused on bug fixes and is a pretty small download once it does get to your Google account.
As is normally the case on these smaller updates, Google didn’t disclose much on what they fixed in the update. They did call out that this release addresses a bug that prevented some apps from creating cookies in the browser. Otherwise, it is minor, under-the-hood changes.
With this release of Chrome App for Android now out, it is likely that later this week we will see another minor update for the desktop version of the browser too. Generally the Android version and the desktop version go somewhat hand-in-hand. As for Chrome OS, it will likely be another week or two as the Chrome 63 stable build just went live last week.