Google Chrome for Mac and Linux: They're Here

The wait's been long, sometimes hard, but it's finally here: The first Chrome beta for Mac and Linux. It's missing all kinds of stuff, like a bookmark manager. But damn if it isn't fast. Oh, the fun don't stop there.


Alsooooo, the Chrome Extensions page is now open, so you can easily grab add-ons for the latest Chrome beta on Windows, just like Firefox. (So excited for these to take off.)

Finally, Google Bookmark Sync is also live—it stores your bookmarks in your Google account, so you can access them on any computer, though for now, Chrome's the only browser getting the seamless syncing love. [Google, Google via SAI, Lifehacker]

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