The new version of Google Chrome comes with plugins support so you can install "addons" just like in FireFox. Of course, maybe the best plugin out there is Flash support which is a must-install in those days full of Flash.
Here I will post how to install Flash support to your Google Chrome installation:
Enabling Flash plugin for Google Chrome is similar to Chromium, create a directory named "plugins" (without the quotes) in /opt/google/chrome/ and then create a symbolic link to your flash player .so library into your /opt/google/chrome/plugins (simply copy & paste the following commands into a terminal):Then start Google Chrome like this:
ln -s /usr/lib/flashplugin-installer/libflashplayer.soYou can add a shortcut to your Gnome panel by going to Applications > Internet, right click Google Chrome and select "Add to panel", then right click the panel icon, click "Properties" and then in the "Command" field, paste the above command.
/opt/google/chrome/google-chrome --enable-plugins %U