The Google Chrome Team has announced that the Google Chrome for Mac browser has been promoted out of beta to the stable channel. Some of the most-requested features by Mac users have been included, such as full-screen mode and improved bookmark management and synchronization. Check it out.
These Mactoids highlight cool Mac and iPhone applications, Automator Actions and Dashboard Widgets. Browse below or look in the left column for individual types of Mac applications.
In honor of World Health Day, the Medsy iPhone application (normally $3.99) is a free download today. Medsy is an iPhone scheduler to help you remember to take your medications, vitamins, and supplements.
Are you experiencing slow Internet? It could be due to slow DNS servers. Try the free namebench utility to seek out the best performing public DNS server for your Mac. Namebench runs on Mac OS X, Unix and Windows and the benchmark results are nicely displayed using the Google Chart API.
The new beta of Google Chrome for Mac provides several features previously available only to developers. Users may now choose from over 2,200 browser extensions from the well-stocked Extension Gallery and synchronize browser bookmarks between mixed platforms, including Chrome for Mac, Linux and Windows.
How would you like to download a bundle of six Mac applications for free? Then hurry, as there are only 4 days remaining to take advantage of this sweet offer from MacHeist. This free software bundle includes ShoveBox, WriteRoom, Twitterrific, TinyGrab, Hordes of Orcs and Mariner Write. Enjoy!