Download Google Chrome Metro

By | June 12, 2012 | 8 Comments


Download Google Chrome MetroAfter the recent announcement, guys at the Silicon Valley have released the very first build of the Google Chrome Metro web browser.

As you might guess, it was designed for the upcoming Windows 8 OS, which should shake up the tablet market.

Overall, Google Chrome looks bland, does not follow any Metro design guidelines and borrows its UI from the desktop version rather than the Firefox or IE Metro implementations.

Download Google Chrome Metro

Download Google Chrome Metro

We certainly hope that Google will make its interface more Metro like.

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Google Chrome Metro

[Picture Source: TheVerge]


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  • Ebrahim Byagowi

    It is great! Highly more usable than IE in metro!

  • http://twitter.com/Kostadin Кostadin

    Well, I think this is the curse of being the most popular browser. You can’t risk making drastic changes :)

    • James

      Most popular browser.  LOL That’s funny.

      • Guestyguest

        It would be funny if it wasn’t a sad disturbing truth…

  • WOFall

    Is there much reason to believe this is the Metro UI? I haven’t read much on it, but I was under the impression that this is chrome *running* on Metro, but that the UI has yet to be built.

  • Ichann

    This is such an insult to metro.

    I hope it is only to test it out.

    Anyway. Why the hell do we need more metro browsers.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/IHX25DJRMKNRTSW5NU6XLAWVII Kelson

    The best thing about Google Chrome for metro is that it has a bookmark bar and visible tabs. However, I would like to see it snap to full-screen like IE does on metro (or at least an option to do so). I would also like to see the ability to pin favorite sites to the start screen as well.

  • http://www.techzost.com/ Ramakrishna

    the old looks was good – http://www.techzost.com