As far legally downloadable apps and utilities go, Google has been providing some of the best in the last few years.
Another cool addition to their expanding line of applications is Google Chrome, the search engine giant’s first web browser. The new browser is a good example of simplicity. There are no excessive buttons or toolbars, what you get is a clean interface that maximizes the available space.
As a logical extension of its design aesthetic, Chrome introduces the omnibar. What it basically did is to transform the address bar into a multifunction tool where you not only type in the website address you want to visit, it also serves as a search bar. One cool thing is that when you use the built-in search function of a website, the omnibar will remember it and the next time you can do that in-site search through the bar itself.
The best thing about Chrome is that it is open source so expect a lot of development going on from third parties.