Today, Google announced the release of Chrome 38 for Android, which is based on a recent build from the software’s beta channel. This new release ships with several bug fixes, including a content spoofing security patch that earned a contributing developer a $1,500 reward.

In addition to performance improvements, Google’s updated mobile browser received a few Material Design tweaks that may go unnoticed, but trust us, they’re there. The company says that Chrome 38.0.2125.102 will be available in Google Play over the next few days, and if you happen to spot in bugs in this new release, the search giant is asking that you share your findings here.

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