Google Chrome release for Mac and Linux
The Google Browser port, known as Crossover Chromium,
is available for download on Mac OS X as a native Mac .dmg file or on Ubuntu, RedHat, Suse, etc. as standard Linux packages. These are no longer required as an official version of Chrome for Mac is now available.
Google Chrome for Mac OS X- Screenshot
Google Chrome on Linux – Screenshot
Google Chrome is built with open source code from Chromium.
How to Install Google Browser on Mac / Linux
Mac users can simply drag the Chromium .dmg file into their Applications folder. Linux users should use the appropriate tools for their respective Linux distributions to unpack the installer package. Google Chrome on Linux is available for both 32bit and 64bit versions.
If you installed Google Chrome on Linux using the .deb package, you can uninstall the Google Browser using the Synaptic package manager or via the following command – sudo aptitude purge cxchromium
Google Chrome for Mac & Linux – Official Builds
Update: The official builds of Google Chromium are now available for Linux and Mac at build.chromium.org. The interface and features of Chromium for Mac OS X are similar to that of Chrome for Windows but it’s a developer release and not very stable yet. No longer required since an official release of Chrome for Mac has just been released by Google.
Google Chrome – Tips and Tricks
- How to Change User Agent String in Google Chrome
- Create User Profiles in Chrome
- Connect Firefox with Google Chrome
Update 1: Google is more or less ready with the initial prototype of Chromium on Mac OS X – you can create windows and tabs just like the Windows version of Chrome but the mac version uses a Cocoa UI layer on top. Will updates this page when the official mac release of Google Chrome is out.