Google chrome, the browser from Google which was in development since months and already being used by many Windows users, and claims to be the fastest web browser, now finally is sharing the Builds for Mac OS and Linux after months of its release for Windows OS.
Google is sharing the first release for both Mac and Linux but with a big warning. You can download and try the chrome browser in your mac or linux PC if only if you are a developer and do not worry about frequent crashes, as this is just like a prototype and not a totally built version of the browser. And these built versions are not available for everyone, but only for the developer channel users.
You can not open Youtube videos, or print any page, or also change the privacy settings, or set the default search engine. Google Chrome for Linux does not currently provide any visual indication to distinguish incognito mode windows from normal windows.
But according the comments seen in the chrome blog, the linux and mac users are already appreciating it and waiting for the final or beta releases with more improved features, so the expectations are already high.
There are a lot of issues being registered by the developers, so the Chrome people should be working hard to pull out each of that and make the better beta version very soon.