Google has updated the stable branch of its Chrome browser to version 9. It is now available for download via the Dev Channel for testers running Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. In addition, Chrome Frame has also been upgraded to version 9.0.570.0.
According to the press release;
Today, we’re excited to bring several new features from Chrome’s beta channel to the stable build, including WebGL, Chrome Instant, and the Chrome Web Store.
WebGL is a new technology which brings hardware-accelerated 3D graphics to the browser. With WebGL in Chrome, you can experience rich 3D experiences right inside the browser with no need for additional software. Curious about the three-dimensional possibilities? Try out these demos to experience the power of WebGL in the latest stable version of Chrome.
The Chrome Web Store is now accessible to all users in the United States. Users can “install” free and paid web apps that are accessible in Google Chrome and in Chrome OS.
Some of these apps are just fancy bookmarks to HTML5-infused web pages, but some others really push the boundaries of what constitutes a web app. We reviewed ten of our favorite Chrome web apps when the store soft-launched a few months ago.
Download Google Chrome 9 for Windows from here.
Download Google Chrome 9 for Mac from here.
Download Google Chrome 9 for Linux from here.