For those who love testing out Google Chrome’s latest features, the Canary channel is the easiest way, without breaking things on their daily web experience. A bunch of Chrome OS fans who cannot wait for new features also live on the Canary channel for Chrome OS.
Now, Google is making this available for Android devices too. If you are a Google Chrome fan and want to try out new features without fiddling with your stable browser, you can now install this as a separate browser.
From the blog post:
Chrome supports multiple release channels with varying degrees of stability and support. The Canary channel ships the most bleeding edge version of Chrome possible. It is primarily intended to be used by developers and early adopters to test recent Chromium changes, but anyone can install it and give it a try. Previously the Canary channel was only available on Windows and Mac, and it is now available for Android as well.