Google Chrome Canary is the cutting-edge version of the Google Browser.
Canary comes along with the latest updates and functions that are incorporated to the Chrome project. Therefore, it’s a version aimed at developers, and for such purpose may be rather unstable.
If you sign on for the Google Chrome Canary channel, be warned, it receives daily updates and Google points out that Chrome Canary shouldn’t be regularly used and is unable to be set as your default browser.
That said, it can be installed and utilized alongside the stable version – you can even use it on your Android device.
You can install Canary to run alongside the regular version of Chrome, so there’s no need to choose between the two.
You can easily run Canary for general, ad-hoc browsing, turning to Chrome when you need to carry out important tasks, like online banking, or if Canary just seems too unreliable.