After news that Google Chrome is no longer using WinHTTP libaries in alpha versions of its web browser, Google now hopes to relese its browser for both Mac OS X and Linux before the first half of this year.

Chrome’s product manager Brian Rakowski said Mac and Linux versions are progressing. “That team now is able to render most Web pages pretty well. But in terms of the user experience, it’s very basic”.

“We have not spent any time building out features. We’re still iterating on making it stable and getting the architecture right.”

The status of the Mac OS X version can be tracked on the Google Chrome Dev Channel.

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