Chromium, being open source, is available in the Ubuntu repositories.

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Fabien Tassin has a blog post about this process that goes into much more detail.

The following packages in Ubuntu install the codecs and features in Chromium that you can find in Chrome: Really it depends on what you want.

If you trust Google to not break your computer and like the convenience of Chrome then you can use that; if you want an open source browser that is the basis of Chrome that is peer reviewed by Ubuntu developers and doesn't require 3rd party sources then you want Chromium.

Chrome is not available in the default Ubuntu repositories as it's not open source, however Google makes Chrome available through their own 3rd party repository.

Chrome is updated by Google directly, as they run the entire repository and update Chrome on their schedule.

Since it doesn't need to be redistributable and open source, Chrome includes things that we can't ship in Ubuntu out of the box, like Flash and H264 support (See the Ubuntu promise).

However you can install this support with a few packages (see below).

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There are some key differences between Google Chrome and Chromium.

First off, Google Chrome is a commercial closed source product made by Google which is based on the open source Chromium project.