Google Chrome Updates, Finally Doesn’t Suck In Mac OS X Lion

Google’s brought some good news for those of us who’ve been tolerating Chrome in Mac OS X Lion: they’ve released an update for proper compatibility. It’s not that Chrome didn’t work before, but it didn’t fully support the new UI and — more importantly — wasn’t terribly stable.

Photo remixed from an original by Eric Kilby.

This latest release promises to fix those things while also adding support for C and C++ code, seeking to blur the lines between web and native desktop applications. All good things for Mac users, we think.

A new Stable release of Chrome, expanding the frontiers of the web [Google Chrome Blog via ReadWriteWeb]

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