What's the latest version of Chrome?

There are several slightly different versions of Google Chrome - the latest version depends on which platform you are using.

Platform Version
Chrome on Windows 66.0.3359.181
Chrome on MacOS 66.0.3359.181
Chrome on Linux 66.0.3359.181
Chrome on Android 66.0.3359.158
Chrome on iOS 66.0.3359.122

They are all basically the same version of Chrome - typically containing the same functionality and features across platforms - however you'll notice in the table above that usually the very last version number fragment is different between the various platforms.

Do you need to know what version of Chrome do I have?

How to upgrade Chrome

If you already have Chrome but want to make sure that it's up to date, follow our guide which will show you how to trigger Chrome to check for updates: How to update Chrome.

Downloading Chrome

Depending on your platform there are different ways to download and use Google Chrome:

Chrome on Computers

If you need to install Chrome on a Desktop computer, you can download Chrome directly from Google.

Chrome on Android - Phones and Tablets

If you want Chrome on an Android device you can get it from: Google Chrome on Google Play Store.

Chrome on iOS - iPhones and iPads

If you want Chrome on your iOS device - either an iPhone, an iPad (or even iPod), you'll need to use the Apple App Store: Google Chrome on Apple iTunes App Store

Chrome is a great web browser

Chrome is available for pretty much all computer platforms, including Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and iPhones/iPads. I use Chrome for the majority of my web browsing and recommend it as the best browser available.

I like that Chrome auto-updates itself, because it means that when I'm using it I know I'm always using the latest and safest version possible. That's also why I recommend it to my friends and family; because they may not otherwise take the time to manually update their web browser. If they're using Chrome then I know they'll have a patched and safe browser.

Chrome Extensions

There are a lot of useful extensions that you can install which give extra functionality to Chrome. You can browser these extensions at the Chrome Web Store.

If you're into all the geeky development details behind Chrome, you can keep track of all the developments on the Chrome Releases Blog.

If you use Chrome and need to know how to do things like enable cookies or javascript; check out our Web Browser How-to page for a list of helpful guides.

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