Google today added support for extensions and bookmark synchronization to the
production version of Chrome for Windows.
The new release also patched 13 security vulnerabilities in the browser, six
of which Google ranked as "high" in its threat scoring system.
Although a beta of Chrome in December 2009 included support for both
extensions and bookmark sync, this is the first time that the features have
appeared in the "stable" build channel, a term Google uses in place of "final."
Google also touted the growth of its extension gallery, which now has more than
1,500 add-ons, a five-fold increase over the 300 available at its debut last