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Google just released Chrome version 24 for Windows, Mac, and Linux.

There are no major new features, but the update improved speed, and it included a host of security fixes and a new version of V8 and Webkit . Folks can grab the latest release using the browser’s updater or at Google.com/chrome.

Update: Google also officially released the Chrome Beta Channel for Android, according to the official Google Chrome blog:

Today, we’re introducing Chrome Beta channel for phones and tablets on Android 4.0+. The Beta channel was launched in the early days of Chrome to test out new features and fix issues fast. Our newest Beta channel for phones and tablets now joins our Beta versions of Chrome for Mac, Windows, Linux and Chrome OS.

Get the Beta at Google Play.

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