Google Chrome for Mac get their extensions back
Google has released a new beta of their Chrome web browser for the Apple Mac platform.
This new edition feature support for the Chrome extensions that are becoming fairly popular with Chrome users.
Google Chrome for Mac also now support bookmark sync functionality that works with Google Docs.
Google said in a blog post:
With this new version, you’ll be able to install any of over 2,200 extensions (and counting!) currently available in Chrome’s extensions gallery. Extensions can add useful, informative, fun, or quirky functionality to the browser. You can manage your extensions by clicking on the Window menu and choosing “Extensions.”