Google launches the stable version of Chrome Browser
So Google Chrome is finally out of beta. The version of Chrome (stable) jumped from 0.4.154.31 to stable 22.214.171.124 version. But on the dev-channel version of Chrome, still at version 0.4.154.33.
This release of Chrome will have lots of bug fixes, especially around audio and video playback, which should now more stable. Chrome will also be faster. Google's browser is 1.4 to 1.5 (approx.) times faster than it was at launch.
There are also some new features. The bookmark manager is being revised to do a better job for people who have lots of bookmarks, and for those who want to import or export bookmark lists. Privacy options have all been consolidated into one dialog box. And there are some improvements in the security features .
Google is still working on include autofill for forms, native support for RSS feeds, etc. But the priority on extension support and Mac and Linux versions.
Curious users can monitor Chrome's progress at Chromium.org, or download the Google Chrome Channel Chooser, which will tell their installation of Chrome to download either the betas between major updates of Chrome.