Google's Chrome Web browser public beta for Mac users is out, and it looks like extension support is coming soon, too. Extensions support is already available for the Windows version of the Chrome browser, and the Mac version should get support in early 2010, according to TechCrunch.
Adding extension support to Google Chrome is good news for Mac users looking to add new features to the Web browser. About 500 extensions for Chrome are available already, and more are in development.
For Mac users that want to try out Chrome's extensions before the public beta of the browser with add-on support is available, early build versions are available in the nightly application builds and in the developer version of the browser, too.