Google announced today the availability of the first stable version of Google Chrome for the Mac and Linux operating systems, just over 1 year and 8 months after its official launch on Windows.
The stable version brings some news: HTML5 with support for geolocation APIs (you can try the functionality on Google Maps), cache applications, Web Sockets and drag and drop of files. The company also announced that, after the release of Adobe Flash Player 10.1, the plugin will be integrated into the browser.
Google Chrome requires Mac OS X 10.5 or higher, running on machines with an Intel processor. PC, Mac and Linux versions can be obtained at google.com/chrome.