At the Google I/O conference held at San Francisco yesterday, there was a tinge of hope that the much-anticipated Mac version of Google's Chrome might see the light of the day. However, at the conference Keynote, there was no mention of Chrome. Only HTML 5 and Google's new Web elements were spoken about. Now, with a day remaining for the conference to end, there seems to be a sizable number of users who are hoping for an announcement regarding the Mac version to be made. Folks at TechCrunch managed to catch up with Google co-founder Sergey Brin to try and get a quote out of him. When queried about the possibility of the Mac version, Brin gave a typical Google response "I ask about that every other day!" On a serious note, he did add that it's definitely coming along. In fact, the in-development versions have managed to remain stable for hours (as opposed to minutes, when they were new!).
If you are one of those impatient kinds, you can check the unstable version here. Also, looking at the way things are going, Mac users will need to wait for quite some time until Chrome heads their way. But then you guys have Safari right?