Back in June, Google released the first development version of Google Chrome for Mac OS X and Linux platforms.
Mac and Linux users have been waiting for a proper release version since then, but Google has kept quite in letting out any word on when the first beta would be released.
The last time we heard Google talking about Chrome OS was just on the initial announcement made back in July, but who knew we’ll soon get a leaked Google Chrome OS Browser 184.108.40.206 (build 28902) for download.
Yep, the Chrome OS Browser 220.127.116.11 has been stripped down from Google Chrome OS build 28902 and got leaked today morning. According to the screenshots, it’s very light and is basically like Google Chrome we have for Windows right now.
Google announced yesterday, about the availability of it’s web browser, Chrome, for Mac OS X and Linux. It is the first official developer release of Chrome and is just for testing purposes for now.
Chrome was initially released for Windows back in September last year, and at that time Google promised a Mac and Linux version later.
Google recently gave a few hints about its long-rumoured Google Browser, Chrome. This will be an open-source project and has been brought into the spotlight with a 38 pages comic published by Google Blogoscoped.
Today, they have posted a response to this on their blog and have announced that Google Chrome is launching tomorrow. It will be a beta version releasing in more than 100 countries.