1) There's no longer an icon in the Mac's menu bar, so I can't easily get at it.
2) There's no longer an icon in Chrome's menu bar, so I can't easily get at it.
3) It often seems to freeze now. The only way to get it working correctly is to close down Chrome (not close a window or two -- actually nuke all instances of Chrome and start again).
I'm struggling to think of the last time that Google released a major update for some software and I felt like I was getting something more and something better.
By the same token Google can easily afford to pay lip service to the concept of web apps, particularly to the extent it damaged Mozilla's genuine attempt to implement them, even as it erected a "Trojan Droid" on its campus to symbolize its subversion of Chrome into an Android runtime.
Embrace, Extend, and Extinguish.
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