Google has updated Google Chrome for Mac with support for features in OS X Lion, like full-screen mode and disappearing scrollbars. This specific release has been available to members of the browser’s developer channel since August, but Google has just now released it as a stable upgrade for everyone.
The new build of Google Chrome is available in the “About Google Chrome” menu option. Google will prompt you to install the update and then restart your browser.
Once you’ve restarted, you’ll have access to Lion’s animations, full-screen app mode, and disappearing scrollbars.
This new Chrome build also includes several features for developers, including Web Audio API and Native Client. Web Audio API lets developers add “fancy” audio effects, and Native Client finally brings the ability to execute C and C++ code.
Let us know what you think of the new version of Google Chrome in the comments below. Have you discovered any bugs?