Google has released a stable version of Chrome 8, with more than 800 bugs fixed within the internet browser.
Chrome 8 has now support for Google’s web apps for its upcoming Chrome Web Store.
It has an built-in PDF viewer with sandboxing technique, negating the need for another application.
The technique is the same as the one Adobe is planning to install in the next Reader and Acrobat releases.
The update also fixes more than 800 bugs, including ones for Xpath, issues with videos and SVG images.
Users can download the latest version here.