HOW TO USE THE CHROME NO ONE ELSE USES!


With more than 1 Billion active users, Google Chrome is no-doubt the most 'being-used' web browser in the world right now.

But very less people really give attention to how their distribution of Chrome performs or it looks. 

So this time, I am here to show those 5% geeks, how to use the version of Chrome not every one uses.

Here we go again!

Google Chrome Canary



You might or might not have heard Chrome Canary's name, but once you know what it has to offer, you will be blown away!

So, Chrome Canary is an Unstable release of the Standard Chrome browser for developers and testers.

But don't worry, it isn't much unstable; I use it for my daily work!

All it says is that it is meant 'mostly' for developers and testers.

But here's the catch, I comes with the latest Minimalistic UI that Google has to offer yet.

It has exclusive features that the standard version of Chrome lacks right now.

But what makes it better is that it is Bleeding Edge release.
What it means that, as soon as Google builds this version of Chrome (Canary), they release it directly without testing.
So you might face some bugs or glitches.

However, what you get here is more than what you lose.
It brings the latest Material Design and other improvements.

For Whom is it meant for? Not the faint hearted!


This version of Chrome is meant mostly for Web designers who want to make their website/web app work for the future releases of the browser.

But other than that, you can try that too!
It is available for Android, PC, Mac (sorry iOS users!).

What's best is that, it can run along side with other Installation of Chrome (Normal, Dev).

Keep in mind that although Canary brings you the latest UI improvements; it too brings bleeding edge bugs.



What the above statement means, is that believing that Canary is completely good for casual things. 

But when it comes to some important tasks like Bigger Online Transactions and Anonymous Browsing through Overlay networks, one shouldn't depend upon using Canary as some previously un-noticed bugs can make things go haywire.

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