givin' it a break for a while. i'll reload in july. in reply to google, sometimes it works fine and then after a month or so it starts screwing up. so i let it go for a month or so and reload it for some more. it's ok, i've been doing it this way for a couple of years on my nexus tablets.
I really love Chrome and it's great experience on the desktop, but this mobile version is crippled trash and doesn't give the user the power to do what they want. No extensions, content settings is crippled, and the "suggested content" junk can't be disabled. Google, you really should make Chrome for Android more power user friendly.
Ive just update, and it still has the same image resolution issues. 25/5/17. Chrome Canary version 60.0.3109.0, doesnt have the same issue, so maybe yous can use that tech on Chrome Beta to fix the issue. Chrome Dev and Normal Chrome both have the same image resolution issues, as Chrome Beta has. I hope that this helps.
I love the Beta version! As a Beta tester I'm always looking forward to the new features. Chrome Beta rarely crashes and is very very stable. In terms of speed and bug fixes, the Beta is getting it done right.
Got hit with a java redirect, Its useless. Im using chrome dev, so far so good
Most bestest chrome application I had ever used. Greatest designs and user-interface along with the most greatest stabilites ever.
Our latest release contains stability and performance fixes. More information can be found on the Chrome Releases blog at http://goo.gl/CCPRW