Google Chrome Browser for Apple Mac OS X, Linux, Ubuntu and Red Hat? For those searching for Google Chrome for Mac and Linux, good news, the search is over. The guys at CodeWeavers managed to recode Google Chrome in both the Mac and Linux platform, it is known as CrossOver Chromium. The Chromium codebase is the basis for Google’s Chrome browser code released to the public under open source license. It’s free!
For your information, Google Chrome for Mac is currently in development, and like many other products in the software market, Mac and Linux user have to wait at least 6 months to a year before it is available in their platform. However, it is worth waiting because according to Google’s VP of Product Management, Google Chrome for Mac will be much “faster” with lots of new features than the present Windows version. No surprises as the CEO of Google is one of the many directors in Apple, furthermore, Google’s enemy is Microsoft.
Please note that CrossOver Chromium for Apple Mac OS X requires OS X 10.4 or higher and an Intel CPU, PowerPC Macs are NOT supported. Below are the screen shots for both Mac and Linux platform. Download Google Chrome for Apple Mac OS and Linux from CodeWeaver’s website now!
If you’re running a Mac, Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris, QNX, OS/2, and BeOS do try the all new Opera 9.63, it is indeed beautifully engineered. Opera is the first browser to introduce the ‘tab’ feature and ‘Speed dial’ page found in all other competitor’s browser. They are indeed creative.
Update – Download Google Chrome
Download the latest Google Chrome for Mac OS X 10.5 or later, Intel only at the following official url – http://goo.gl/PWGY7