Mac/Linux: If you've been waiting for a stable Google Chrome before trying it out on Linux and OS X, today's your lucky day — Google has finally promoted Chrome to the stable channel, and it was worth the wait.
Even when Chrome was finally released into the beta channel, it still wasn't stable enough for us to recommend as your go-to browser, but this release has us pretty excited. Not only is it finally stable, but it's packed with all the features that we'd want to see in our primary browser, like a giant library of great extensions, a working bookmark manager and synchroniser, and even smaller things like an easily accessible full-screen mode (a common complaint among Mac users running the earlier betas and dev builds). And, of course, it also comes with all the speed you've come to expect from Chrome and other WebKit-based browsers.
If you currently have the beta channel installed on your system, you'll automatically be upgraded to the stable channel. If you're one of the few who liked being on the cutting edge despite possible stability issues, you can get back on the beta channel by re-installing it from this page.
Google Chrome is a free download for Mac OS X and Linux systems.