Besides the stable version of Chrome, there are other distribution channels that let you try out more modern versions of the emblematic Google browser. We’re talking about Chrome Canary, a relatively unstable version of Chrome that offers new features even before Chrome Beta does.
Chrome Canary is the forefront as far as testing new features is concerned (alongside Chrome Dev). But what does this mean for our browsing experience? Well, you can enjoy new Chrome features before (almost) anyone. But there is a price, your browsing experience will be a bit unstable.
The best part about Chrome Canary is that it works in parallel with the more stable version of the browser and even Chrome Beta. These don’t interfere with one another and work as independent entities. In other words: you can install Chrome Canary, Beta, and Dev and these won’t interfere with your normal browsing experience.