Google Chrome Stable Version for Mac & Linux Released, Download
Google today has released the stable version of Google Chrome for Apple Mac OS and Linux users. This stable versions came after almost 6 months since the beta version of Google Chrome were released for Apple Mac OS and Linux platforms. Google, in their official announcement, has claimed that this stable version of Google Chrome web browser will be the fastest ever browser on Apple Mac OS and Linux platforms.
Today, we’re bringing all this beta goodness to the stable channel so that it’s available to all Chrome users. We’re particularly excited to bring Chrome for Mac and Linux out of beta, and introduce Chrome’s first stable release for Mac and Linux users.
The stable release of Chrome both for Mac and Linux comes with a host of new features. You’ll be able to synchronize not only bookmarks across multiple computers, but also browser preferences, including themes, homepage and startup settings, web content settings, preferred languages, and even page zoom settings.
Google also claimed that Google Chrome for Mac version will provide seamless native Mac application experience that Mac users will feel instantly at home with. Some of Chrome for Mac’s most-requested features are now available, including full-screen mode (just hit Command + Shift + F), easy and powerful bookmark management, as well as the ability to synchronize not only bookmarks, but also browser preferences across computers.
Google Chrome for Linux with continued improvements in plugin support, extensions functionality, and desktop integration, as well as new features such as desktop notifications and bookmark sync, provides a solid, high-performance, fully featured, all-purpose browser.
Both Mac and Linux users will have access to more than 4,500 extensions in the gallery. You can enable each extension to work in incognito mode through the extensions manager. HTML5 features such as Geolocation APIs, App Cache, web sockets, and file drag-and-drop are incorporated in this latest stable release. Adobe Flash Player integration in the browser is not included by default in today’s stable release, but this feature will be enabled with the full release of Adobe Flash Player (version 10.1) soon.
If you’re already a Google Chrome user for Windows, Mac or Linux, you’ll be auto-updated to this latest release soon.
You can also manually download and update to this latest stable version of Google Chrome from google.com/chrome.