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Chrome Beta for Android Updated to Include Support for chrome://flags

| On 25, Jan 2013

Chrome Beta for Android Updated to Include Support for chrome://flags

Chrome Beta for Android received quite an interesting update today. Users can now access all the experimental features within chrome://flags. Features and support for things such as WebGL, a JavaScript API for rendering accelerated graphics, disabling deferred 2D canvas, adding an FPS counter, and more are now available for you to experiment with.

To access this new section, all you have to do is update Chrome Beta for Android and then type chrome://flags in the address bar of Chrome Beta. Again, the whole purpose of even downloading Chrome Beta is to experiment with unreleased features, so if you’ve already chosen to play guinea pig, be sure to update to the latest version.

To grab the latest version of Chrome Beta for Android, follow the Play link below.

Get it on Google Play

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