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Good news: Google Chrome For Retina MacBook Pro is released!


Good news for Google Chrome lovers: the popular third-party browser has been updated on the Mac with Retina graphics for the new MacBook Pro, that what most users have been waiting for. This makes Chrome the first browser besides Safari to take full advantage of Apple’s ultra-high resolution display tech. Google has also included built-in webcam and microphone support and several other improvements.

It brings a handful of features with it from previous beta builds. There is also WebRTC support for your devices as well. When you will upgrade it will allow you to make use of webcams as well as microphones on supported pages without the support of Flash or other plugins, this comes in handy when our life runs in a fast mode. Apart from it there is now wider support for Cloud Print and gamepads as well and along with it there are also some gaming features that will help you past by your quality time.

This release for Macbook Pro is generally known as Chrome 21 and one has to differentiate the difference. This version also brings on such innovations as the Sketchbots experiment too, a lovely strange event of a web app where you use a photo of yourself to create a robot. Google Chrome will be glazing like no one has ever experienced before.

Those who are eager to have a version of Google Chrome for your OS X then you immediately head on to google download section and download the package. Remember that this version made only for mac with retina display support. This version of Chrome is only working on Mac OS X 10.5 or later and needs Intel to run as well.