Google released its browser Google Chrome Beta for Mac yesterday. You can download it for free from Google. I'm interested to see where their browser eventually lands up in the browser space. Most Mac users are currently using Apple's Safari browser or Mozilla's FireFox.
I downloaded Chrome today and accepted their terms and conditions. It then it asked if you would like to import your settings from Safari which I did. All my favourites were imported which was great. From my observations, Chrome Beta does not support java, the multi-touch gestures on the MacBook's trackpad or the new Magic Mouse, MobileMe syncing of bookmarks and no support for Snow Leopard's 64-bit performance. I also did not find functionality to manage my bookmarks and also there was no status bar at the bottom of the browser. I am sure they'll eventually support all the features I mentioned above but for now Google's Chrome is in Beta and their intent is for Chrome to work great with their online apps like Gmail and Google Docs, their office suite.
I'm going to give it a try for a while but I really like Safari on both my Mac as well as my IBM Thinkpad. MobileMe syncs my bookmarks on my Mac, IBM and iPhone. I really like this feature and it will be hard for me to give it up. Otherwise, good for Google and their new Chrome for Mac Beta. See the Official Google Mac Blog: Google Chrome for Mac goes beta! Let me know what browser you're using and if you intend to download Chrome.