Google has just released a spanking new beta version of Chrome for Android-powered handsets, and this is done through the Chrome Beta Channel. The Chrome beta program that was announced last week will allow Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and above device owners to test pre-release builds of the Chrome browser. This latest beta will definitely squash some of the known bugs, including the ability to edit bookmarks and jump between tabs more seamlessly. It will not cost you a single penny, but Google did give fair warning that since this is still Beta software, there would be its fair share of bugs along the way.
Other fixes listed include access to Youtube video controls remaining after returning from fullscreen mode, and all Samsung Galaxy S2 models should not longer freeze when running Chrome Beta for Android, while double tapping on non-zoomable sites will no longer scroll the page to the top briefly before returning to original position. [Press Release]
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