Google has released a new beta of Chrome for Android today in the Play Store. The new build is version 65.0.3325.53, bringing the mobile browser up to the Chrome 65 version of the browser. The build is mostly a bug fix and building upon the current stable build of the browser.
As the name suggests, this new build of Chrome for Android is beta and while anyone can get the beta from the Play Store, it is recommended that it not be your primary browser. It can crash and there will likely still be bugs to be addressed. If you can live with that however, and need to do some testing, give it a try.
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The Chrome OS Beta Channel has a new Chrome 64 based update rolling out, its third overall in the 64 train and second update in less than a week. The new version is build 64.0.3282.134 (Platform version: 10176.65.0) and is rolling out now. If you are in the Beta Channel, you can force the update by typing chrome://help in the browser’s omnibar and checking for an update.
As you would expect, this new build is a bug fix release as the Chromium team gets feedback from testers and preps the build for general availability in the Stable channel. There are no new features according to the release log.
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The Android development team at Google has rolled out what is likely the last Developer Preview for Android Nougat. The update takes devices to build NPD90G and it is available for all of the Nexus devices that have been a part of the beta testing process. Those devices include
- Nexus 5X
- Nexus 6
- Nexus 6P
- Nexus 9
- Nexus Player
- Pixel C
- General Mobile 4G (Android One)
For those how have devices registered in the Android Beta program, the OTA update should be coming to you over the course of the next few hours. If you want to manually flash your device to the newest build, the images are available already.
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It has been rolling around in, erm, beta for a while now but the new Beta channel in the Google Play Store is now available to everyone. The update on the back end and a recent update to the Play Store app on Android will now show you the beta apps that are available to you for the apps installed on your phone or tablet. Generally it is only going to show you the beta programs you are involved in so don’t look for beta programs to join here. Rather, it is simply a way for you to easily see which apps you are running beta code.
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