Google released an update for Chrome to fix compatibility problems with Snow Leopard, which along with other fixes shows the gradually maturing state of the Mac OS X version of the browser.
There are some significant changes in the developer-preview software. For Snow Leopard compatibility, programmers fixed a garbled text bug.
Google is fleshing out some basic features, though. One user-interface tweak enables support for command- and shift-clicking.
Another feature coming to the Mac is support for the tab-to-search feature in the omnibox. That lets you perform a site search directly from the address bar by typing a URL, then the tab key, then search terms.
Tab-to-search also works with Amazon, Google, Google News, and Yahoo, The New York Times, but not Bing yet.