This guide will step you through the process of updating your Google Chrome on Android.
To make sure you’re protected by the latest security updates, Google Chrome can automatically update when a new version of the browser is available on your device. With these updates, you might sometimes notice that your browser looks different.Do you need to know what version of Chrome do I have?
Depending on your settings, Android may automatically download and install Chrome updates for you.
Updating Chrome on Android
This guide will show you how to manually trigger Android to check for Google Chrome on Android updates and install them if they are found.
Get a Chrome update when available
Chrome should automatically update based upon your Play Store settings. You can check if there’s a new version available:
- On your Android phone or tablet, open the Play Store app .
- At the top left, tap Menu My apps & games.
- Under “Updates,” find Chrome .
- Next to Chrome, tap Update.
Get design changes & new features early
If you’re on Chrome 76 or above, you can also check for updates in your Chrome browser.
- On your Android device, open Chrome .
- At the top, tap More Update Chrome.
- Restart Chrome when prompted.
- Having problems updating? Check our troubleshooting guide for more information.
- Google Chrome uses a process called Google Update to check for updates. Learn more about how Google Update works.
- Using a Chrome device at work or school? Your network administrator might choose whether you can update Chrome, in which case you won’t see an option to update Chrome. Learn how to use a managed Chrome device.