updated 05:25 pm EST, Mon January 12, 2009
Chrome for Mac
Google has narrowed the projected time-frame for a Mac release of its Chrome browser, according the CNET News. Owners of both Mac and Linux systems should be able to download the program by the first half of the year. "That's what we've been hoping for," said Brian Radowski, product manager for Chrome. "Those two efforts proceeding in parallel. They're at the same level of progress."
The project is still currently in the "test shell" stage with only basic functionality. "We're still iterating on making it stable and getting the architecture right," Radowski added.
Users can currently monitor the progress of the Chrome project for Mac, while the test shell is also available to download for users of OS X 10.5 or higher.