Great news for anyone who wants to install Google Chrome on Mac and Linux platforms: Google announced today the official release of the first versions in development in order to obtain better feedback from the developers.
According to the internet company, this version of the browser should not be used by end users due to unpredictable and potentially unstable factors. Another highlighted point is the lack of features such as the impossibility of watching YouTube videos, changing privacy settings, the option to select a standard search engine or even print.
If you are interested (and happy) in facing unfinished software, you can download the Chrome for Mac or try the Chrome for Linux. Then, tell your emotion in the comments. 🙂