Google Chrome now goes Stable, Extensible and Snappier
Chrome, the web browser developed by google using chromium the open source browser project, that aims to build a safer, faster, and more stable way for all users to experience the web. Ever since it has been released its gaining the market share after Mozilla and IE.
As most of the google products its was first released as a beta version. But today google chrome browser has entered a stable stage for windows users. Linux and MAC users have to wait for stable release. Apart from becoming stable, chrome has now a library of 1500 extensions or plugins which you can browse through chrome extensions library.
Google chrome has now equiped with new feature of bookmark sync i.e. now you don’t have to manually create your bookmarks on every computer you shift to. Your bookmarks will now be automatically synchronized across your laptops and desktops. Here is how to use bookmarks sync feature of Chrome.
For web developers and designers, google chrome team has integrated a number of new HTML5 APIs in this stable release, including LocalStorage, Database API, WebSockets, and more. What are these LocalStorage, HTML 5 API and Database API can be read in developer resources.
Also chrome has a improved on performance also becoming more fast. As measured by Mozilla’s Dromeao DOM Core Tests it is faster by 42% over last stable release and 400% since first stable release last year.
We hope google chrome team is taking fast measures of porting these features on linux and MAC counterparts of chrome. What do your think about chrome, let us know in comments.