Google has been rolling out updates to its Google Chrome browser on Android and iPhones for some time now.
Google Chrome now has several new dns-changer functionality that can help users avoid unwanted sites.
These new updates include a new update that lets you use the Google Chrome app to search and discover new dnscache entries in your local area.
It also includes an update to Google Chrome’s DNS changer that will allow you to change the DNS servers your local ISP uses to support DNS updates.
You can now install Google Chrome on iPhones and Android devices by using the “Chrome” app on the Google Play Store.
Google says that the new update will only work on devices running Android 4.4 KitKat or higher, with a patch coming out later this week that will also allow you download updates from Google.
Google has not said whether the DNS changers will work on older versions of Android or iOS.
Google said that its DNS changER updates are only rolling out to devices running the latest versions of the Android and iPhone operating systems, which means that they will not work on iOS devices running 5.0 Lollipop or earlier.