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Chrome Apps get Mac compatibility

Brian Heater
12.11.13
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Way back in September, Google unveiled the first round of desktop-based Chrome Apps, promising Mac and Linux functionality down the road. The company's delivered on the former today, with apps that sync when you're signed into Chrome, while offering native software functionality, like popping up in Spotlight search and living in your dock, if you're so inclined. To celebrate, Google's also offering up a Chrome App Launcher for OS X that'll show up in your dock when you download a new app. Need more convincing? The company's got a few suggestions in the source link below.

Source: Chrome Blog
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