Google's laying down a big keynote today at its Google I/O developers conference, and one of its biggest announcements is the new Chrome Web Store. It'll be offering both free and paid apps that will run on its upcoming Chrome OS, as well as the Google Chrome browser on Mac, PC and Linux.
There will be games (such as Plants vs. Zombies), magazines that can show video, image editing apps such as the $4.99 Dark Room, social networking apps like TweetDeck, and of course, enhanced advertising.
When will we see the grand opening? Google's enticing developers to create apps for Chrome's installed base of 70 million users now, so it should be available "soon." We can't wait to see what they do with this.