Google has released Chrome version 9 stable

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Today Google has updated the latest beta build of Chrome, to become Google Chrome version 9 stable. This stable release of Chrome brings features that beta users have been using for quite sometime like Chrome Instant, access to the Chrome Web Store, and support for WebGL, but now they have stable support.

Using Chrome Instant is the same as Google Instant but from the Chrome address bar, Chrome Web Store is open for everyone, you can try many apps for free as others are paid apps — USA only for now –. If you want to learn more about Chrome Web Apps check out this page! And one of the features that developers has been wanting for sometime is the stable support for WebGL, which is a technology for hardware-accelated 3D graphics for Google Chrome browser. Now with WebGL you are going to be able to enjoy rich 3D graphics right inside of the Web browser, no extra software needed. If you want to know what WedGL is all about you can try the demo at http://www.chromeexperiments.com/webgl.

Right now Google Chrome users can expect to get the update automatically to enjoy the latest Google Chrome 9 or if you cannot wait you can easily download and install a copy of the latest version at http://www.google.com/chrome/.

Source Google Chrome Blog

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