Although it was rumored for a long while, there were plenty of people doubting that anything would ever pan out.
Google has released a few details to the new browser in their official blog. Many people have given the rumored browser the name gBrowser, however, Google seems to think the official name should be Google Chrome. Regardless of the name, I think we are all excited to see what this browser will have to offer!
According to Jeff at the Big Blue Ball, Google will be releasing Google Chrome for the Windows platform today!
Google is getting their fingers into everything these days, and the latest foray is a new web browser called Chrome. According to the official Google Blog, Chrome will be available for download on the Windows platform beginning sometime Tuesday, September 2.
Google Chrome is built on top of the Webkit project so standards support and compatibility should be rock solid from the start.
After the initial release in Windows, Google Chrome will be released in versions for Macintosh and Linux.
I’m excited about more competition coming to the table to push and progress the web! I hope everyone understands what this will change!
Stay tuned for my thoughts and a review of Google Chrome. Until then you can read the comic strip that Google posted a link to in the Google Chrome blog post. I’ve taken the time to post the comic here, however, all work done in these images has been done by Google and I am only posting the comic here.
To keep an eye on Google Chrome and test it as soon as it is released, point your browser to the following address and refresh as frequently as you wish. The link should become live and switch from the current 404 to the product page with a Windows download link. 😉
In the meantime, if you’d like to learn more about Google Chrome before it is released you should head over to the entry that is already in place at Wikipedia.
Google Chrome is now available! Download it now! I’ll be posting some screen shots shortly. Screen shots are posted here: