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Google's Chrome Readied For Apple's Retina Display

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Google's Chrome Readied For Apple's Retina Display

Google is working on a new version of Chrome for use on Apple's retina-display laptops.

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 Google announced that it is readying its Web browser, Chrome, for Apple's new retina display laptops

 "Apple recently announced a new laptop with a Retina high-resolution screen, and we’re committed to polishing Chrome until it shines on that machine," wrote Nico Weber, a software engineer and "Chief Apple Polisher" on the Google Chrome blog. "We have further to go over the next few weeks, but we’re off to the races to make Chrome as beautiful as it can be."

 Google has been testing the new Chrome, called Chrome Canary, which can be seen on its own channel and downloaded.
 
Chrome Canary is already visibly improved, according to Anandtech, and gives a much clearer picture of a Web page and is similar to Apple's Safari browser.
 
It's great that Google got on this project quickly, so it had something to report after Apple's big reveal. Chrome is a highly popular browser and should be an alternative to Apple's Safari.
 

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