It’s been a six-week wait, but Google have now released Google Chrome 21 as a stable release which brings with it support for Apple’s new MacBook Pro retina display.
Providing those who have already purchased Apple’s latest flagship MacBook Pro laptop, which was unveiled recently and equipped with a high resolution retina display, smoother fonts and graphics whilst browsing the web using the latest Chrome browser.
Other new features included with the latest version of Google’s Chrome browser also provides web app access to your web camera via the use of the getUserMedia API.
“The getUserMedia API is the first step in WebRTC, a new real-time communications standard which aims to allow high-quality video and audio communication on the web.” explains Google. For more information on the new API which has been added to the latest stable version of Google Chrome, jumped over to the Google Chrome blog for more details.