Inquirer tried it out, and apart from a bug that has reappeared that has to do with it searching for newer versions, this version seems to work. Even better are the hints that OS X and Linux should be seeing a compatible version soon. If you are planning on developing add-ons for Chrome, at the bottom of The Inquirer’s write up you can find a link to the release notes.
“SOFTWARE AND ADVERTISING giant Google has added new builds of its Chrome web browser aimed at developers.
The firm released a piece of software for download, dubbed “Chrome Channel Switcher” which apparently is not a beta, already at version one point one.
Google’s “Chrome Channel Switcher” lets you get ‘worse than beta’ quality builds”
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