The wait is over! For all of you Chrome users on PC who really wanted to use it on your Mac or Linux machine at home, its time. The new Chrome for Mac and Linux is ready for download.
According to the Official Google Mac Blog:
73,804 lines of Mac-specific code and 29 developer builds later, we’re excited to finally release Google Chrome for Mac in beta. We took a hefty dose of goodness from the Windows version to build a fast, polished browser for Mac — with features such as the Omnibox (where you can both search and type in addresses), themes from artists, and most importantly, speed. Try downloading Google Chrome for Mac and see what you think.
We also took great care to make Google Chrome a native application for Mac. For example, we integrated the Keychain into Google Chrome for Mac, and incorporated Mac-style animations when you open the Bookmarks bar.
Also, the Chrome for Linux is ready as well:
At Google, most engineers use Linux machines, so we certainly heard loud and clear how much they wanted Google Chrome for Linux. Just like Google Chrome for Windows and Mac, we focused on speed, stability and security, but we also wanted a high-performance browser that integrated well with the Linux ecosystem. This includes tight integration with native GTK themes, updates that are managed by the standard system package manager, and many other features that fit in natively with the operating system where possible. The download is available here.
And lastly, extensions for Chrome on Windows and Linux are ready for download. According to Google, they already have over 300 ready to go for your downloading and using pleasure.