Google introduced a new stable release of Google Chrome for Windows, which includes two of the browser's most frequently requested features: extensions and bookmark sync.
Extensions let users add new features and functions to their browser. Some provide one-click access to some of users' favorite web applications like eBay and digg, or news and information sources such as NPR and Time.com. Others are useful tweaks for performing common online tasks such as browsing photos, getting directions or shopping.
Google previously launched extensions on the beta channel, and many new extensions have since been contributed by developers from all over the world. Now users can browse over 1,500 in Google's extensions gallery
and install them on the stable version of Google Chrome.
Bookmark sync is a handy feature for those who use several computers ? say, a laptop at work and a desktop at home. Users can enable bookmark sync to synchronize your bookmarks on all of their computers so that when theyr create a bookmark on one computer, it's automatically added across all their computers.
For web developers and designers, Google integrate a number of new HTML5 APIs in this stable release, including LocalStorage, Database API, WebSockets, and more.
Lastly but certainly not the least, Google claims that it has improved performance (as measured by Mozilla's Dromaeo DOM Core Tests) by 42% over our last stable release and 400% since the first stable release last year.
You can download the latest Google Chrome here