For those who have the Chrome for Android beta app on their phones, a new update is rolling your way. The third Chrome 65 based build has been released, bringing the version up to 65.0.3325.85. It is the third consecutive week that the beta version of the browser has been updated for Android.
Unlike other beta programs in the Play Store, there is no sign up to get the Chrome beta for Android. You can download it here and install it on your compatible devices. Like all beta software however, its not recommended to run it as your daily browser or deploy it into production as there are likely still bugs to be found and there could be performance issues.
The release notes are exactly the same as those of the second beta build from last week, so nothing new to report from a features perspective. This is simply a bug and performance fixing build as the Chrome team in Google preps the build for general release. It is likely we will see another beta build next week but if everything goes smooth with this new release, it move to the Stable channel next week. As for Chrome for Android, this update does contain some improvements around syncing of content. For those who want to deep dive into the code changes, here is a partial log of what’s changed.