Google have released an updated version of Chrome beta for Android, which addresses some issues that have been popping up for a while now. One of these is the white flash that pops up when you load a new tab.
Other fixes include favicons now syncing across other devices using Clank (Google's codename for Chrome beta for Android), as well as problems with the keyboard on the Gmail website which wouldn't dismiss. A security fix has also been plugged up, making sure that a dialog is displayed as soon as any downloads are called.
The usual bug fixes are of course updated in this latest beta mobile browser, and you can get it right here.
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