Apples new MacBook Pro with Retina display definitely pushes the idea of what a modern screen should look like forward, but it also means developers will have to adapt their apps to these high resolutions to make sure their apps dont look bad. During its announcement earlier this week, Apple said that both Adobe and Autodesk were already working Retina-optimized versions of their products (though both now say that it will still be a while before their software will be ready). It looks like Google will be a bit faster. The company today announced that its first attempt at making Chrome ready for these high-resolution displays is already available in its highly experimental Canary channel. Google says it is committed to polishing Chrome until it shines on that machine.