Google has just released a new beta of its Chrome browser for Macs today. As you know, Chrome for Mac arrived in December last year, but Mac users had to be content without Chrome extensions.

The new beta release of Chrome for Mac offers extensions, bookmark sync, and more.

Extensions can add useful, informative, fun, or quirky functionality to the browser. You can manage your extensions by clicking on the Window menu and choosing “Extensions.”

There are 2,200+ extensions now available for Chrome via the extensions gallery. The new Mac beta also allows you to sync your bookmarks across different computers. Below is a demo video of Google Chrome beta for Mac with extensions.

Download Google Chrome for Mac [Beta]

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