If you’ve got an Android-powered tablet or smartphone and haven’t been able to install the new Google Chrome Beta, you’re in luck!

XDA-Developer lenny_kano has put together an .apk that should let you run the browser on any device running on an ARM v7 or higher chip — so long as you’re also running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

If you are, and you’d like to try out Chrome Beta, head over to this thread on XDA-Developers, download the .apk, and side-load it onto your device. Enjoy!

Source: XDA

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