The Chrome browser made by Google is easily among the best web navigators available, having around one billion satisfied users. But while smartphone usage has grown tremendously over the recent years, Chrome is doing great in this area as well. Without showing any signs that it wants to slow down when it comes to sheer quality, the Chrome browser keeps getting updates from the developers.
The new update for Chrome on Android has the 80.0.3987.162 version number, and it’s already available to download via OTA (over the air) channels.
The new Chrome 80.0.3987.162 update doesn’t actually bring anything new, but instead, it improves the performance and fixes some bugs. Let’s face it: nobody likes it when an app is lagging, and that’s precisely what the new update comes for. After installing the update, you’ll experience very little to no lag at all for your Android phone while running Chrome.
However, we have all the reasons to expect new features coming for the Google Chrome browser for Android since the developers are bringing new updates frequently. The browser is already loaded with powerful features like fast browsing, incognito browsing, synchronizing your data across devices, built-in translation for whole pages, safe browsing (you receive warnings when about to visit dangerous websites), voice search and navigation, and more.
As the official presentation from Google says:
“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.”
Since the new 80.0.3987.162 update is already available OTA, all you need for downloading it is a stable Wi-Fi connection. Also, the update can be manually downloaded and installed as an APK.
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