Chrome for Mac left beta at the rather unceremonious version number of 5.0.375.55. It boasts many of Chrome’s most popular cross-platform features too, including syncing of both bookmarks and browser preferences (like themes, homepage settings, preferred languages, and even page zoom settings), and a full-screen mode. Chrome for Mac also supports the 4500 extensions available in Google’s gallery.
If you’re using one of Chrome’s recent betas, you should be auto-updated to the new version soon. If you can’t wait, you can always manually download it. Google will maintain a link to Chrome’s beta version, however, for those who want to continue to help test new features and fixes in future updates.
Chrome for Mac is a free download and requires an Intel-based Mac running Mac OS X 10.5 or later.