When first arrived, those who wanted to experience the most up-to-date version downloaded the most recent snapshot. The open-source builds were always piping-hot and received new features before they arrived in ’s Dev channel. Now, however, the tables are turning. With the arrival of Canary on , began pushing their own open/closed source (ajar source?), bleeding-edge version. New Canary updates still don’t arrive as often as Chromium builds, of course — the buildbot generates as many as one per hour.

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Google Canary passes Chromium — is Chrome development going the way of Android?