So far, the only alternative users that Chrome had wanted to make use of extensions in the browser would use a version of the program developers. Today, however, Google announced an update to the stable version of the browser to support add-ons, and also bring synchronization of favorite links.
Nick Baun, product manager Google says that the extensions and bookmark sync are the two most requested features by users and warns that there are already more than 1500 extensions available in the official gallery browser.
The update, however, is only available for Windows users. Users of Linux who want to take advantage of two new features should download the beta version of the browser. Already users of Mac OS X should continue waiting seated. Not to cramp.