Google has just published a new developer version of its browser specifically aimed at users who are trying to test a future build of the application before it goes live.
Since it’s a new developer release, Google Chrome 29.0.1535.3 Dev is mostly trying to fix previously-reported bugs and crashes that occurred when loading specific websites.
“The Dev Channel has been updated to 29.0.1535.3 for Windows, Linux and Chrome Frame. This release fixes a number of crashes, as well as other bugs,” Google Chrome developer Jason Kersey has confirmed in a short statement.
As usual, if you’re looking for a much more stable experience, you’re strongly recommended to download the stable version of Google Chrome that’s more unlikely to crash or freeze when browsing the web.