Google Chrome is definitely the browser par excellence, a head above Internet Explorer, Firefox, Edge, Safari, Opera and others. Due to its synchronization with Google and this company's services, it has become a browsing standard for many users.
Chrome's version with all the updates.
That's why software and web page developers are interested in testing their developments on the new updates of this browser, and Google Chrome Canary is the perfect choice to do so.
The most up-to-date Google Chrome
Canary comes along with the latest updates and functions that are incorporated to the Chrome project. Therefore, it's a version aimed at developers, and for such purpose may be rather unstable.
What do you have to take into account if you use Canary?
Since it's a version of Chrome to carry out tests, it's important that you take into account the following considerations:
- Don't download it if you're seeking stability. In that case, go for the latest stable version of Chrome.
- It may contain errors as its latest features haven't been tested in depth.
- It's continuously updated.
- You can run in parallel Chrome's stable channel and this browser focused on tests.
Therefore, here you have a version of Google's browser under development with the latest updates, perfect to code for the web.