Just in time for the upcoming MacWorld Expo, Google has released the latest version of its Chrome browser for Mac platforms. Chrome for Mac, which was released only last December as a public beta is now in version 5.0.307.
This Chrome version for Mac takes the same features as its Windows version. These features include extensions, bookmark sync across computers plus of course the same snappy, safe and simple browsing experience as the Chrome for Windows was.
I would personally vouch for how great Chrome for Mac is. I practically stopped using Safari and Firefox on my MacBook since I installed Chrome for Mac. You could really notice how face it loads pages and how simple the interface is. I’m also using Chrome for Windows on my office desktop and the extensions and bookmark synching features are definitely useful features.
So, you can just imagine how excited I am right now to try this out. Â The new Chrome for Mac will give you access to the more than 2,200 extensions currently available in Chrome’s extensions gallery. If you’ve never tried using any of these extensions before, they are just similar to Firefox plugins and add-ons. Chrome Extensions adds useful, informative, fun and quirky functionality to the Chrome browser. And they are easy to manage as well.
If you haven’t tried Chrome on your Mac, now is the right time to do so. You may download the beta here, or if you are currently using Chrome for Mac version 4.0+, Â the latest beta build will be automatically pushed out in the next few days. I can’t wait to try it out, really.
Originally posted on February 11, 2010 @ 5:51 pm