Google Chrome for Mac and Linux versions have finally hit beta today. If you are running chromium builds for Mac now you got the more stable beta version. It took quite a while for Google to release the Mac and Linux versions of the speedy browser, considering Google Chrome for Windows is launched more than a year ago.
Google says they have worked hard on Google Chrome for Mac to get it right, and they also claim that it is much faster. Download Google Chrome for Mac
We’ve been working hard to deliver a first-class browser for the Mac â€” it took longer than we expected, but we hope the wait was worth it! We wanted Google Chrome to feel at home on the Mac, so we’ve focused on uniting our clean, simple design with subtle animations and effects to create a snappy and satisfying browsing experience on OS X. As you might expect, the speed of Google Chrome for Mac is something we’re very proud of. If you have a Mac, try installing the beta and see how fast it launches â€” there’s hardly even time for the icon in the dock to bounce!
Google Chrome for Linux also hit beta today, Google says they are focused on speed, stability and security. Google Chrome for Linux is well integrated into the Linux ecosystem according to Google, including tight integration with native GTK themes, updates that are managed by the standard system package manager, and many other features. Download Google Chrome for Linux
See an introductory video for Mac
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