Chrome is an open-source web browser from Google. It uses the same rendering engine as Apple's Safari.
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A browser that combines a minimal design with new technology designed to improve the user experience. Includes download and documentation.
Google's official blog for Chrome announcements.
Directory of extensions developed for Chrome ranked by popularity and date.
Blog with coverage of plugins, themes, add-ons and updates for Google Chrome.
A source for news, reviews, features, help articles, and tutorials on Chrome.
Gallery of themes ranked according to popularity and number of downloads.
Discussion forums for users and developers of Google Chrome.
The open-source project providing the code for Google Chrome. Includes documentation, developer information, bug reports, and source code download. [BSD License]
Blog published by Google's Chrome development team.
Feed reader for Google Chrome. Follow Atom/ RSS/ RDF based blogs, news and Twitter, Facebook and Instagram pages.
Google Chrome Comic
A webcomic seeking to provide information on the browser's features.
Google Chrome Extensions
Collection of extensions developed for Chrome.
Google Chrome on Google+
Official Google+ page for the web browser announcing Chrome extensions, experiments, webinars and new developments
Google Chrome Releases
Official blog to track new releases of the browser.
Google Chrome Releases
Official announcements and release notes for the Google Chrome browser. [Atom]
Grab Any Media
Official site of an extension to download video, audio and streaming media.
My Chrome Addons
A repository of Google Chrome add-ons, tools, and themes.
Browser extension to literally highlight, copy, and translate text from any image.
Extension that allows a user to create a Web ARChive (WARC) file from any browseable webpage. The resulting files can then be used with other tools like the Internet Archive's open source Wayback Machine.
Wikipedia: Google Chrome
Encyclopedia article about the browser, with details of the design, history, and reactions.
Google Chrome Accessibility
Article by Steve Faulkner on the Paciello Group's blog, describing accessibility features and issues with the beta version of Google's browser. (September 03, 2008)
Matt Cutts: Answers to common Google Chrome Objections
The leader of Google's webspam team posts his personal response to some of the issues that people have raised. (September 02, 2008)
Google Blog: A Fresh Take on the Browser
Official announcement covering the launch of the web browser. (September 01, 2008)
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