Carries a couple of security fixes; no new features spotted
Google has officially released Chrome 9 version of its web browser in the Developer Channel for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux platforms. The new Google Chrome 9.0.570.0 build is meant for the developer channel and arrives with a number of changes listed here.
This new version comes with some security fixes and several minor changes to make it run faster. No new features are added at this moment in the experimental Chrome Labs.
Last month, Chrome 8.0.552.xx beta version was released in developer channel. With arrival of Chrome 9 we believe that a stable build of Chrome 8 would be released in the coming weeks.
Google is aiming to release Chrome 9 by November 29. While Opera 11 Alpha is already available to users for testing out new changes like Opera Extensions and HTML5 server-sent events. Hopefully, by the end of this year, we might get to use release candidates of Firefox 4.