Google Chrome is the most used Android browser in Europe. A few weeks ago, version 89 of this browser was released, which introduced a series of new features. Among them we find the release of the official 64-bit version of the browser, which promises to give Android users faster browsing.
According to Google itself, this new version of Chrome for Android load pages 8.5% faster
Check which version of Google Chrome you are using
Knowing that this version of Chrome offers many advantages, everyone wants to install it on their phone. If you’ve recently updated your browser, you might want to know if you are using this 64-bit version of the browser. Before checking if this is the version you have installed on your mobile, it is good to know that a series of conditions must be met:
- You must have installed version 89 (or higher) of the browser.
- Have Android 10 or higher operating system installed on your phone.
- Have at least 8 GB of memory to use this version.
If you meet these requirements over the phone, then you can use this fast version of the browser in it. To find out if we are using it, we will have to do a check, which is very simple. The steps we need to follow are:
- Open Google Chrome on your Android phone.
- Go to the address bar.
- Write chrome: // version on it.
- Look at the version that appears on the screen (32-bit or 64-bit).
If you already have this 64-bit version of the browser, you can enjoy higher browsing speed, due to faster page loading. This is an improvement that many Android users have long been waiting for that will give them a better Android browsing experience.
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