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Stable Channel Stories January 27, 2015
Chrome OS updated to version 40 w/ new wallpaper features, quick Emoji access
Google has this morning pushed out an update for the stable channel of Chrome OS, and as is usual, it packs a huge number of changes. But also as usual, most of these changes are under-the-hood tweaks and there are often just a few small notable changes that the end-user might notice. This update brings a new default wallpaper that sports Material Design, automatic syncing of wallpapers between devices, and a new “Emoji palette” that will allow users to quickly access Emoji.
Some highlights of these changes are:
- The default wallpaper has been updated to Material Design
- Custom wallpapers are now synced across your devices
- Emoji palette allows users to quickly access emoji
The update, specifically numbered version 40, is being pushed out as we speak. You can likely just give your Chromebook or other Chrome OS device a reboot within the next few hours to receive the update. To read more about the update (in case you maybe want to dig through the countless bug fixes), head over to Google’s Chrome Releases Blog.
Stable Channel Stories July 16, 2014
Google releases stable version of Chrome 36 for Windows and Mac
Google announced this afternoon that it has promoted Chrome 36 to the Stable channel for Windows and Mac. Chrome 36.0.1985.122 has a number of bug fixes and improvements, including:
- Rich Notifications Improvements
- An Updated Incognito / Guest NTP design
- The addition of a Browser crash recovery bubble
- Chrome App Launcher for Linux
- Lots of under the hood changes for stability and performance
The update also includes 26 security fixes.
Stable Channel Stories June 27, 2012
Chrome for Android officially out of Beta
Google confirmed on the Google Chrome Releases blog today that Chrome for Android is now a Stable Channel release and officially out of Beta. The download is available now on Google Play for devices running Android 4.0 or later.
This update picks up important stability and performance fixes since the last Beta, along with some minor UI adjustments, especially for tablets. Known issues are available on the Chrome support site.