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If you’re already on Android 9, you’re in luck: there’s nothing you need to do to get it
, Google has published a new beta build of Chrome 30 with a few new features:
- The ability to launch apps in a window on Mac OS X 10.8 and up.
- The ability to import Safari bookmarks and history.
- The ability to view extensions in a popup overlay, instead of in a list.
Only 2 days after QPR2 made it to the stable channel The build is a mere 5MB in size and can be flashed to devices through recovery.
As usual, the beta build is provided by the Android Beta Program and is free to anyone in the pool. This particular beta build is there to hold a spot for upcoming security fixes and improvements. The official Android Beta Program page lists the release as “unreleased”, but it’s already available to test.
It’s been a whopping two days since Google released the March Pixel Feature Drop, also known as Android 13 QPR2, but development on the next major update is already ramping up. Android 13 QPR3 Beta 1 is now available for members of the Android Beta Program and anyone with a Google Pixel 4a or newer who doesn’t mind flashing OTAs or factory images.