New Google Chrome for Mac beta offers extensions, bookmark syncs…

New Google Chrome for Mac beta offers extensions, bookmark syncs and more

Since releasing the Chrome for Mac beta browser at the end of last year, Google’s techie bods have been busy bunging in new features, and have today decided to share their latest version of their free browser with the Apple world.

Their new update of Chrome for Mac now packs extensions, bookmark sync, and the ability to install any of over 2,200 extensions currently available in Chrome’s extensions gallery.

Extensions can be managed by clicking on the Window menu and choosing – surprise, surprise – “Extensions,” while the synchronise bookmarks feature lets users sync their bookmarks on Macs as well as across Linux and Windows versions of Chrome.

Here’s a kerrrrazy video from those wacky Google guys to give you a brief tour:

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