Two weeks ago, I’ve been posting several updates of Google Chrome for Windows users.
This include Google Chrome 4.0 with Extensions and Bookmark Sync Update, the Greasemonkey support, and the NoScript Add-on that will be available for Google Chrome v5.0.317.0.
Now it’s time to give an update to Mac users. Last December, Google released the Beta version of Chrome for Mac. And just today, a new beta release of Chrome for Mac has been released offering extensions, bookmark sync, and more. If you don’t have much idea about extensions and bookmark sync and how you are going to use it, then learn about it here.
If you are a Mac user and haven’t tried Chrome on the Mac yet and a bit curious about its features, take a look at this video which will take you on a brief tour:
Existing Chrome users should be automatically updated to the new beta version 5.0.307. If you haven’t tried Google Chrome for Mac, you can download it here.