Google has just updated the stable channel of its Chrome browser adding support for Mac and Linux. You can fire up your browser, head over Chrome’s official page and download the latest release.
This release brings a lot of new features and improvements, as you can read in the official Google blog post. You can now synchronize bookmarks and preferences across computers: yes, this includes themes, homepage and every other aspect you can customize in the browser. This stable release also adds some HTML5 goodness, such as the Geolocation API, web sockets, drag & drop and App Cache. Just try opening some HTML5-powered websites with this version of Chrome and you’ll see. Also, the bookmark manager page is now based on HTML5.
Last, Flash Player. Google has indeed announced that default integration with Adobe’s technology will come with the release of Flash Player 10.1, which should come soon.
Again, just go download the latest version here and enjoy.