Chrome for Android has received an update today, one that looks rather inconspicuous based on the changelog posted to Google Play. According to what is found under the What’s New tab on the app’s landing page, we can expect a “number of” undisclosed “stability fixes and performance improvements.” Digging a bit deeper, the official Chrome Releases blog sheds a little bit of light on the update and reveals that the new version includes support for the Nexus 4 and Nexus 10.
It’s a good thing that it does, too, as it looks like Chrome will be the default browser for the Android 4.2 devices. The latest build of Chrome for Android registers as version 18.0.1025464 for ARM-based devices and version 18.0.1026320 for devices based on Intel’s x86 architecture. You can grab the update from Google Play now.
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