Macstories has discovered the latest build of Chrome Canary adds native fullscreen support in Lion. The fullscreen in the Canary build is definitely much better than the current Chrome’s botched fullscreen. In Canary, fullscreen feels native and has earned a spot in mission control and three finger swipe. You’ll also notice there is a curtain button to toggle the tool bar on and off. Interested? We expect this feature to come to the next Chrome update, but go ahead and download the latest Canary build. Check out a few more images after the break.
Canary Build Stories August 5, 2011
Canary Build Stories July 19, 2011
The latest Chrome Canary and Dev build now features updated multiple profile support, which was once a rough feature. As you can see in the screenshot above, you can have a number of profiles which can be switched between each other easily and feature their own icon. Profiles don’t have to be linked to a Google account and when signing into another profile you no longer have to restart Chrome. This is a neat little feature we hope makes its way into ChromeOS. To try it out, visit about:flags and enable multiple profiles.