As promised, Google this week released a new version of Chrome for its dev channel that adds support for Windows 8 Metro mode.

The Monday release includes "improved support for on-screen keyboard on Windows 8 in Metro mode," Google said in the release notes. It also "resolved several Windows 8 crashes and performance regressions."

To try it, you'll have to install the Release Preview of Windows 8 and then select Chrome as your default browser.
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