Monday, December 8, 2014

Chrome Beta for Android Update

Chrome Beta for Android has been updated to 40.0.2214.36 and will be available in Google Play over the next few hours. This release fixes various stability and performance bugs.  A partial list of changes in this build is available in the Git log. If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug. More information about Chrome for Android is available on the Chrome site.

Alex Mineer
Google Chrome

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10 Comments:

Blogger ChunKai Chen said...

It still cannot be opened in HTC one M8 running android 4.4.4.
It has happened since last update which number is V40.0.2214.27

7:10 PM, December 08, 2014  
Blogger Jason Hanson said...

Memory leak and still crashes on certain sites, rolling back to regular Chrome for Android does not have the crash on these sites.

7:14 PM, December 08, 2014  
Blogger Defenestratus said...

Force closing on launch, nexus 6.

Can't even launch the app.

8:14 PM, December 08, 2014  
Blogger Dave Dibble said...

Browser still crashes after approx 20 seconds, Galaxy Tab 10.1

11:21 PM, December 08, 2014  
Blogger HagisBasherUK said...

Please enable Chromecast extension so we can mirror desktop on android also.No problems so far for me on Wikipad running KitKat 4.2.2.

11:41 PM, December 08, 2014  
Blogger Пламен Николов said...

And this update 40.0.2214.36 NOT working in your Operating System Android 4.0.4 (Google Edition).
Force Close after 10 sec. in Galaxy Tab 10.1v (Google Edition from Vodafone).

THIS VERSION 40 NOT WORKING!!!
NOT WORKING!!!
Again: NOT WORKING!

2:29 AM, December 09, 2014  
Blogger EdoFlo said...

No major problems with Galaxy S4 GT-I9506 Android 4.4.2.

4:19 AM, December 09, 2014  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There's something with the security policy on Galaxy Note II that keeps popping up each time I open the app.

9:31 PM, December 09, 2014  
Blogger Sterling said...

I know it's a beta version, but v40 has crashed more than any other previous release.

4:44 AM, December 10, 2014  
Blogger cedric said...

We cannot see anymore the security details of the https sites? (certificate, cipher, reason why not fully secure,...)
Such important info to decide when to trust a site!

3:15 AM, December 11, 2014  

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