Looking for new 3D cities to explore in far off places? Well, you’re in luck! We’ve been hard at work expanding our 3D coverage by adding ten of thousands of 3D buildings to these cities:
- Berkeley, California USA
- Cologne, Germany
- The Hague, Netherlands
See the new buildings for yourself with the “3D Buildings” layer in Google Earth or by using Google Maps with Earth view.
It’s hard to believe, but it’s already been a full year since we launched the Google Chrome extensions gallery.
It’s been a busy twelve months:
- The gallery has grown to over 8,500 extensions and 1,500 themes.
- A third of Chrome users have at least one extension installed.
- Over 70 million extensions and themes have been installed.
On the client side, we added features like:
Looking forward, we’re very excited about the Chrome Web Store, where developers will be able to easily sell their apps, extensions, and themes.
And we’re not going to slow down on the features, either. The next Chrome release will add API support for the omnibox and pinned tabs. Beyond that, we’re hard at work on popular requests like network interception and download management APIs, as well as new experimental APIs for sidebars and development tools.
Thanks for all your support over the last year, from bug reports to testing new APIs. It’s been a bit frantic at times, but mostly it’s been fun.
Posted by Aaron Boodman, Software Engineer