Google has launched a beta version of Chrome for Mac, offering a raft of features requested by the Mac community in order to provide a "snappy, safe, and simple browsing experience".
Chrome for Mac was launched in December, but Google explained in a blog post that it has delayed the beta version so that the new features had time for "incubation in the developer channel".
The software now includes 2,200 extensions which Google claims adds "useful, informative, fun or quirky functionality to the browser".
Google has also added bookmark synchronisations for users with more than one computer.
"Those of you who use several computers will now be able to keep your bookmarks synchronised between them. If some of your computers aren't Macs, don't worry: bookmark sync works in Chrome for Linux and Windows too," wrote Google Chrome software engineer Mark Mentovai in a blog posting.
"We also added bookmark and cookie managers in a way that feels completely at home on the Mac. For technically-oriented users, our new Task Manager will help you keep tabs on all of your tabs."
The tool will work on Mac, Linux and Windows, the firm said.
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