Chrome OS version 20 hits with Google Drive and offline Google Docs

Google Chrome OS version 20 is now officially available, bringing along one of its biggest new features–its cloud storage integration with Google Drive. The updates also feature offline support for Google Docs and tweaks to Pepper Flash in addition to a few other stability and security improvement updates.

There's also a firmware update for Chromebook Series 5 550 and the UI for CR-48 laptops have gotten a design overhaul. "The Stable channel has been updated to 20.0.1322.54 (Platform version: 2268.105.0) for Chromebooks (Acer AC700, Samsung Series 5, Samsung Chromebook Series 5 550, and Samsung Chromebox Series 3, and Cr-48)," Google said.

On the Google Chrome Release blog, gave some additional information on a couple known issues with Chromebooks, including a suspension problem with playing streaming audio on the Series 5 550 and rare reports of login problems on machines. The updated release is being rolled out over the next few days across the Chrome OS stable release channel.

[via Engadget]