Google's Chrome Web browser is inching ever closer to an official public beta release on Mac OS X. Several keen eyes have investigated the current situation, including our US colleague Stephen Shankland, and it appears the beta will land as early as December.
A developer build of the Mac version has been available for a few months. We've been using it on and off since it first surfaced, and it's progressed an awfully long way in a short space of time.
We're looking forward to getting our hands on the first beta, which, among other things, should finally include support for extensions. The question is, will you be switching to Chrome?