At the same time, the company has brought the Linux and Mac OS X versions out of beta to release the first stable versions for these operating systems.
New features include the ability to sync bookmarks as well as browser preferences over multiple systems. A new “incognito” mode can be enabled for Chrome extensions using the extensions manager.
Google has also incorporated more HTML5 features including geolocation plus file drag’n'drop.
Work is continuing on integrating Adobe Flash and although not yet integrated into the browser, the company expects to offer this with the full releases of Flash Player 10.1.
Users currently operating Chrome will receive auto-updates to the new version in the coming days. You can grab it now at http://google.com/chrome