Google Chrome is the most popular Internet browser for Android devices. While you may think it’s so because Chrome is the default browser on almost any Android-running smartphones and tablet, in reality, Google Chrome is the fastest and most secure Internet browser for Android. Google Chrome 72.0.3626.96 came out now on Android with improvements and some bug fixes.
The new Google Chrome 72.0.3626.96 is part of the Chrome 72 update series, and it’s not coming out with any new features or significant visible changes. Under the hood, however, the Google Chrome 72.0.3626.96 update solved some bugs that users of the previous versions reported, and it also came out with stability and performance improvements.
Google Chrome 72.0.3626.96 Rolled Out on Android With Improvements
Chrome 72, the latest base version of Google Chrome came out with many improvements and changes. Among the most significant modifications in Chrome 72, there are new notification messages for incognito tabs and enhanced privacy and security. From Chrome 72 on, Incognito tabs playing media won’t show the site’s name in the notifications menu of Android smartphones.
Google Chrome 72.0.3626.96 came out recently. Even though its a new update from the Chrome 72 update series, it doesn’t boast visual changes or new features. Instead, like its predecessors, it only focuses on bugs, errors, and stability and performance.
Therefore, Google Chrome 72.0.3626.96 includes stability and performance improvements.
What Should We Expect From Google Chrome 73?
Google Chrome 73 would be the next version of Google Chrome, the world’s most popular Internet browser. While Chrome 72 brought in some new features and changes, Google Chrome 73 is also expected to come out with even more functions and other novelties.
According to official reports, Chrome 73 would roll out with several audio/video updates. In short, it would be possible to use media keys on your keyboard to control playback in Google Chrome 73. As for the Chrome 73 for Android, the upcoming version would also boast new features and functions, but we’ll debate them in a future article.