Google Chrome for Mac hits beta

Dec 8, 2009 - 5 Comments

google chrome beta mac Google Chrome is out in beta for Mac OS X and although it’s relatively barebones, it seems pretty stable and certainly is fast. I still prefer Safari overall but I am glad Google Chrome is finally on the Mac platform in a usable release. Google also announced their public Chrome Extensions set today, which was previously closed off just to developers. The Gmail extension is a nice addition but I’m really hoping for something like Firebug for Chrome so that I can finally ditch my Firefox bloatware, and then I’ll be able to just run Safari and Chrome… one can dream!

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If you’re having trouble installing Chrome Extensions on your Mac, check out this guide on TechCrunch for a workaround.

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Posted by: David Mendez in Mac Apps


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  1. Abhinav Kumar says:

    a moron seeking another bloatware so that he can ditch the current

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  3. ClassWarrior says:

    It works great unless one needs to open up a Java Applet.., in which case you’re out of luck. This is however a known issue and being tracked…

  4. Chromeo says:

    Thanks I am using Chrome right now it is fast, I see no problems so far!

  5. Jason says:

    I’ve been using the pre-beta and now prefer Chrome over Safari most of the time. I’m looking forward to seeing some of the stability issues resolved in beta. Thanks G.

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