Linked by Jordan Spencer Cunningham on Thu 12th Nov 2009 01:19 UTC
Internet & Networking According to a message on one of the development mailing lists, Google seems to be planning a beta of Chrome to appear sometime in December. There isn't any set date, and the message wasn't even addressing the release of a beta for Mac, but Nick Baum, a Google Chrome product manager, also the author of the mailing list post, let word fly. "Why make the switch now? The earlier you switch, the more time you will have to polish your experience for our Beta launch in early December. We realize this means dropping Mac support for a couple of weeks, but we already have people working on that. If you prioritize the Windows and Linux versions, we'll bring you cross-platform parity as soon as we can!"
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by Praxis on Thu 12th Nov 2009 04:47 UTC
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from the post in the link it seems that the linux port might be entering beta soon as well, so its not just the mac version. It will be great to get stable linux and mac version and extensions are looking like they are getting close as well. Next year could be a big one for Chrome

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