Google is one of the most successful companies in the world. What started from a capable search engine progressed into a huge corporation that offers various products and services like smartphones, home automation kits, IoT devices, streaming services like YouTube, and more!
One of the most popular Google products is Chrome. It is undoubtedly among the most popular desktop browsers. It rapidly gained the same level of popularity when it was released for mobile devices.
The browser reached version 87.0.4280.38.
These are the adjacent patch notes:
“Our latest release contains stability and performance fixes. More information can be found on the Chrome Releases blog at goo.gl/CCPRW.”
As you can see, Google is very formal when it comes to new updates, and it posts rigorous patch notes on its dedicated Chrome Releases Blog.
Keep in mind that the new update is a beta version. When you download a beta version of a software, you get to be among the first who tap into the advantages like performance improvements and bug fixes. Still, you also commit to tolerating the issues that come with it, as the developers don’t guarantee stability. Beta versions are the first iterations of a software release. They are released publicly so that multiple users test the software and report issues they find with it. When the developers are sure that there are no problems with a new update, they release it widely.
Therefore, if you want to get the new update but don’t feel like getting the beta, you should wait for a few more days (or even hours) before Google releases it via an OTA (over-the-air) update.
Chin Cullin has only been working as a journalist for just a few short years. Chin attended a technical school while still in high school where he learned a variety of skills, from digital design to coding. Apart from being a contributor to the site, Chin also helps keep Henri Le Chat Noir up and running as our webmaster.