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Google Chrome released in beta for Mac and Linux, along with extensions support

A few days ago Google released betas for both Mac and Linux for public download. In addition, the extensions gallery is up and running for Windows and Linux and you can check the available plug-ins just now. Mac extensions are also on their way, but are still in early state.

Google have been cooking Mac and Linux versions of their Chrome desktop browser for quite a while, and until recently they had only unstable alpha releases. Well, now you are welcome to download and try the new public beta version. And please enjoy the introduction of the Chrome for Mac from one of the chief engineers, who made all this possible.

The long awaited Chrome extensions support also entered the beta stage and can be used in the Windows and Linux versions of the Google’s own browsers. Obviously, the Mac support still needs more work before it’s ready for primetime.

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