In addition to the regular version of Chrome, there are other distribution channels that allow you to try new and modern versions of Google's flagship browser. This is Chrome Canary, a relatively unstable version of Chrome that delivers new features even before they're incorporated into Chrome's beta version.
In terms of new features, both Chrome Canary and Chrome Dev are flagships. But do you know what that means for the browsing experience? You will be able to enjoy the new features before any other users. This comes at a price: your browsing will be completely unstable.
The best thing about Chrome Canary is that it works side by side with the most stable browser versions, including Chrome Beta. One does not interfere with the operation of the other. So you can use other versions when you have to perform important tasks that require stable navigation.