Google has released stable Chrome 21 for Mac, and especially this release includes support for MacBook Pro Retina display with many other enhancements and performance improvements.
Firefox 15 beta is out there, which includes fixes to stopping the browser from stealing memory and to release it, whereas before users have to restart their Firefox browser to do that.
Mozilla has released Firefox 14 for Windows, Mac and Linux with some new features including default HTTPS searches support, and the Pointer Lock API inclusion to make better cursor capturing while user plays online games whereas some fixes are also embedded in it.
At Google I/O 2012, Chrome for iPhone and iPad is released and that’s available free for download via App Store. Chrome for iOS allows users to sync personalized Chrome from their computer to their iDevices to bring it on the go.
The beta tag is shredded from the Chrome for Android, and the latest stable version of browser is available for download via Google Play that is compatible with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or up.
Opera 12 is out there with many of new features especially interface customization by having a full gallery of themes just similar to Chrome’s themes.
Mozilla has released Firefox 13 for Windows, Mac and Linux which brings a complete redesigned home page and new tab experience that makes users browsing experience easier and faster.
Apple pushed a new version of its web browser Safari 5.1.7 for Windows and Mac that includes performance improvements, and fixes some issues.
Mozilla has released its web browser update Firefox 11 for Windows, Mac and Linux. Firefox 11 final includes new features and fixes to improve the performance and user experience over the web.