Version Selection

Version selection is the process of matching a Chrome binary of a given version to a compatible ChromeDriver binary.

For versions 115 and newer

Starting with M115 the ChromeDriver release process is integrated with that of Chrome. The latest Chrome + ChromeDriver releases per release channel (Stable, Beta, Dev, Canary) are available at the Chrome for Testing (CfT) availability dashboard. As a result, you might no longer have a need for version selection — you could choose any available CfT version and simply download the correspondingly-versioned ChromeDriver binary.

For automated version downloading one can use the convenient CfT JSON endpoints.

If you still have a need for version selection (e.g. to match a non-CfT Chrome binary with a compatible ChromeDriver binary), look up the Chrome binary’s MAJOR.MINOR.BUILD version in the latest-patch-versions-per-build JSON endpoints to find the corresponding ChromeDriver version. If there is no entry for the MAJOR.MINOR.BUILD version yet, fall back to the latest-versions-per-milestone JSON endpoint instead.

Alternatively, you can use the LATEST_RELEASE_ endpoints at the new location.

For versions 114 and older

We maintain multiple versions of ChromeDriver. Which version to select depends on the version of Chrome you are using it with. Specifically:

Here are the steps to select the version of ChromeDriver to download:

We always provide ChromeDriver for the current Stable and Beta versions of Chrome. However, if you use Chrome from Dev or Canary channel, or build your own custom version of Chrome, It is possible that there is no available ChromeDriver that officially supports it. In this case, please try the following:

In addition, the version of ChromeDriver for the current stable release of Chrome can be found at However, using this file may be less reliable than methods described above.