Google Chrome, the ultra-fast and open-source web browser by Google which has so far managed to make a huge number of fans on the Windows platform has finally been ported to Mac and Linux on its first build.
Good news is that according to the Chromium blog, early developer channels of Google Chrome for Mac and Linux have been setup and anyone who takes a great pleasure at trying out incomplete, full-of-bugs, and always-crashing builds is welcome to download and test the port of Chrome for Mac and Linux. Though it's not recommended for the users to download it until it has reached a stable milestone.
Currently, the build is quite incomplete and unstable and the users won't be able to watch videos, change privacy settings, change the default search provider or even print web-pages.
However, this new brings a smile a smile to the face of users like me who mostly use Mac and Linux based workstations. A much stable beta build for Chrome on Mac and Linux will soon be available for download.Contact Us for News Tips, Corrections and Feedback