Yep, if you’re the type who’d want to personalize stuff, you’ll love what Google did to the latest version of their browser.
The Google Chrome Beta browser has been released and is now available for download. This version comes with several new features and UI improvements, one of which is being able to customize its look.
The support for themes allows users to change the appearance of the browser through 29 different downloadable themes which you can find here. Now, users can change the look of the browser’s tabs, title bar, URL bar, bookmarks bar and the window frames.
Another noticeable change and improvement in this beta version is the new drag-and-drop feature of the thumbnails, allowing users to rearrange them according to their preferences. The thumbnails can also be “pinned” so that they will stay in place even if the site is not often visited.
There’s a change in the Omni box too. For those who are not familiar with the term, that’s Google’s search bar and address bar combined. When you type words there, small icons now appear to its right that indicate the type of the individual autocompletion results.
HTML5 features are now integrated in the browser too. Web worker threads and rending the <video> element is now supported, which makes video tagging possible.
Whew! Looks like the guys from Google have been working pretty hard in the past months. Well, we can expect more from these guys as they are still fighting their way up the browser ladder which is still dominated by Firefox.
The Google Chrome beta is available for download in Google’s Web site.