Google Chrome for Mac & Linux has been Released

Google announced with A new Chrome stable release for Mac & Linux. It incorporates HTML5 features such as Geolocation APIs, App Cache, web sockets, and file drag-and-drop.

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. You can read more about the Mac and Linux stable releases on the Google Mac and Chromium blogs respectively.

New Features:
– ability to synchronize browser preferences across computers
– new HTML5 capabilities
– a revamped bookmark manager

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To Download Google Chrome for Mac & Linux users, navigate your browser to Google Chrome Website and Click on Download.

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