Google Chrome Update Available For iPhone, Android, And PC

Google Chrome Update Available For iPhone, Android, And PC

Security issues can be avoided if your computer system is protected against them. Google Chrome, for instance, helps you achieve this by allowing you to install the latest security updates. In fact, you can notice the said updates when you notice some changes on how your browser looks.

Updating Chrome on Your Computer

On your computer, updates can be done by opening Chrome. If you use this browser on a regular basis, then it is necessary that you prioritize this method. Click More, which is found at the top right corner of your browser. Then, click Update Google Chrome. If in case you may not see this button, then you are using the latest version. Close the app and launch once again for the changes to take effect.

Updating Chrome on Android Device

The Play Store settings can be configured to update Chrome automatically. Likewise, you can check if there is a new version released by Google. Here are some tips on how to do it.

Simply open the Play Store app with the familiar logo on your home screen. Once the app opens, go to the top left corner of the app and tap the Menu > My Apps & Games. You can see the Updates listed below if there are new releases available. From that point, look for the Chrome app among the list. If you have found Chrome on the list, tap it in order to install the update.

Updating Chrome on iPhone & iPad

On the basis of the settings from the App Store, Chrome would update automatically. Here are steps to do it.

Just open the App Store ad tap the Updates button from the bottom part of the screen. Look for the Chrome app in the pending updates. Tap Update from the list in order to install the updates. You would be asked to enter your Apple ID password, then the updates will be downloaded and installed accordingly.

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