Xero, on Chrome, on a Mac

A developer build of Google Chrome for Mac OSX was put up today. It’s still a bit raw (e.g. no Flash) but I pulled it down to give it a go.

Chrome is designed to run rich web applications like Xero really fast. I tested in our Budget Manager which is our biggest, slowest, javascriptiest page and it flew.

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While there are too many Browsers to support it is exciting to see innovation happening quickly in this space which will make users experience with Cloud applications better and better.

2 Comments

Nathan
June 6, 2009 at 2:54 pm

Feeling the courage. I am installing the Dev version Chrome for Mac right now. Thanks for the injection of confidence.

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