Google Chrome 14 for OS X Lion Launches with Full-Screen Support and More

We have recently reported the about the addition of Native Client in Chrome 14 and now we are here with another more salient feature of fresh Chrome 14.

Besides the addition of Native Client (NaCl) and web audio API supports, the new Chrome 14 has also updated its support for Apple’s OS X Lion. The new Chrome 14 brings native full-mode support for all those using the Apple’s latest operating system. The overall browsing mechanism has been improved to offer a smooth and clean browsing experience of OS X Lion users.

Similarly, the web audio API support is now equally supportive for users of all major operating systems including OS X Lion so as to enable the developers to add or customize the audio effects while staying on the browser such as simulation and spatialization.

Compared to Microsoft’s Windows-native Internet Explorer and Mozilla’s Firefox, the Google Chrome is relatively late to join the party – it’s been hardly three years when the first version of Google Chrome was announced in 2008 and since then it has rapidly growing in some market in browser war. Currently, 1 in 7 internet users prefer using Chrome over other browser all across the world. The growing trend for Google Chrome clearly suggests how successfully it is moving up against the IE and Firefox.

Our yesterday’s post about Browser Market Shares clearly shows the growing trend of Google Chrome compared to other browsers including Microsoft’s IE, Mozilla’s Firefox, and Apple’s Safari. It is obviously too hard to diverge the minds of the users particularly when we talk about internet behaviors and habits from anything including browser to something new. Despite all these difficulties, Google Chrome appeared to be a good browser relatively new in the market but able to attract a good number of users because of its good features and usability.

There is nothing unusual in saying that the prevailing trends seems to make the Chrome the best browser in coming years. We have already seen the market shares dropping for IE as well as for Firefox which clearly suggests that the internet surfers are not satisfied with these browsers turning towards other available options. Perhaps, a good time for Google to play their cards sensibly in order to make their browser the world’s best.

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