Google has removed the beta tag from its Chrome browser - just 100 days after the software was first launched. It’s a staggeringly fast turnaround for a company that is now almost legendary for leaving products to gestate in beta for years. GMail remains in beta more than four years after it was first launched, while the photo editing software Picasa only recently dropped its beta status for the first time since it was acquired by Google in 2004. The search giant claims the removal of Chrome’s beta tag is an indication of its maturity. “We have removed the beta label as our goals for stability and performance have been met but our work is far from done,” the company claims in a blog post.
Source: PC Pro