Mac users can relax a little knowing that Google’s finally gotten around to taking Chrome out of Beta, and bestowing on Mac fans the same goodness that Windows users have seen for a while now–4,500 extensions of goodness.
They’ve also implemented a full-screen mode (command+shift+F), some bookmark management, as well as the ability to synchronize your browser preferences across multiple systems.
The synchronization additions are worth the switch alone. The worst part of owning multiple computers is having to constantly setup your systems to act the same from one machine to the next. If more companies offered application synchronization options I’d be a very happy geek.