One of the fastest growing web browser, Google Chrome, has just administered a complete redesign on its ‘Logo’. The browser’s new logo drops the 3D look for a much flatter view, more of a geometric type look. While most of you might be gazing on the new look, readers who have been glued to our blog might have witness an all blue version of the new logo which was released by the open-source foundation, Chromium.
Not much has changed, the logo still delivers the same colors, style while just the looks have registered a cosmetic change.
The new logo was first witnessed with the release of Chrome 11.0.696.12, a developer-channel released just yesterday which rolls in a number of bug fixes. The update was released for Macintosh, Windows, Linux and Chrome Frame platforms.
Bug fixes include:
1. New York Times Chrome app crashes on the Chorme Dev Channel
2. Sync login dlg is truncated
3. Status bar / target URL not shown when hovering over links
4. Several known crashes
5. Bookmark focus is not lost when moved away from the bookmark bar
6. Tooltips from browser tabs are persisting for too long
7. Content settings updates don’t reflect the current Incognito session
8. NewTabPage is not updating when a new theme is applied
9. Fixed download requests in chrome frame which occur in response to top level POSTs
10. Chrome locks up on form submit, constantly duplicating autofill settings to blame