The latest development version of Google's Chrome browser is showing a "Chrome Web Store" link on the new tab page — if you've enabled early Chrome web app support, at least. The link merely takes you to Chrome's existing extensions gallery, but Chrome development has a habit of putting links and icons in place just before the features themselves go live, such as with extensions and themes. For more on the Chrome Web Store and its potential, read our interview with Chrome's UI designer. Thanks for the tip delirium!
Web Store Link Shows Up In Chrome, Web Apps Likely Coming Soon
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