Google’s Chrome Canary experimental browser is now available on Android

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After a number of years of desktop exclusivity, Google Chrome Canary browser has finally made the jump to Android.

Now available via the Google Play Store, this offshoot of Chrome allows users to try out experimental new features before they make it into the main release of Google’s web browser.

Of course, there’s a catch: Google explicitly warns that updates are pushed to devices without prior human testing. Moreover, expect frequent downloads, with updates coming in at almost a daily cadence.

Still, if you’ve ever wanted to be on the bleeding edge of tech, Canary is one way to do it.

Download it from the Google Play Store.

[source]Google Play[/source][via]Engadget[/via]