Google has churned out their newest version of their browser Chrome. Version 7 has fixed hundred of various bugs to make this version go as smoothly as possible to users, but Google say that their big noticable changes in the browser “may be of interest to some developers”.
The new version provides full AppleScript support for Mac OS X which is for UI automation and implementation of the HTML 5 parsing algorithm, File API and Direct Upload. As well as this, Chrome 7 provides easier blocked cookie management.
The bugs which were fixed were just a collection of fairly normal bugs which have been stacking up since the original launch. Don’t expect this to mean everything will run perfect, but it’s going be the best version so far so expect little disappointment.
Chrome 7 is available from Google to download for Windows, Mac, and Linux users.