When it comes to smartphones, everybody loves navigating online, and most people prefer the good old Google Chrome for the job. And there’s no wonder why, as Chrome offers a variety of very useful features. We can mention swiping between open tabs, reducing mobile data usage, download pages for offline access, and many more.
But Chrome becomes even more interesting along with its 84.0.4147.44 beta update. The update has just been released by Google, and it’s ready to download.
Stability and performance fixes
You are free to download and install the 84.0.4147.44 beta update for Google Chrome on Android as an APK (Android Package Kit). You’ll get to enjoy plenty of stability and performance fixes.
As Google itself has to say about the Chrome browser:
“Google Chrome is a fast, easy to use, and secure web browser. Designed for Android, Chrome brings you personalized news articles, quick links to your favorite sites, downloads, and Google Search and Google Translate built-in. Download now to enjoy the same Chrome web browser experience you love across all your devices.”
In order to visit your favorite webpages using Chrome for Android, you must know that the access is faster than on most other browsers available. If you access some unusual type of content that you don’t want your spouse or parents to know, there’s always the option of Incognito Browsing. In this way, there’s no trace of the visited webpages within your browsing history.
Furthermore, if you’re worried about accessing dangerous content that can harm your device, Google has that covered for you as well. The Google Safe Browsing feature is built-in. This keeps your smartphone safe by showing relevant warnings when you try to navigate towards dangerous websites or download dangerous files.
Need any more reasons to use Google Chrome for Android? Tell us about your favorite features in a comment!
Amy Wagstaff helped form Henri Le Chat Noir into what it is today by creating a new design and branding. She continues to assist in keeping the site responsive and well organized for the readers. As a contributor to Henri Le Chat Noir, Amy mainly covers mobile news and gadgets.