How to install Google Chrome on macOS using Terminal Command

If you want to install Google Chrome Browser on your Mac silently using Terminal, you can make use of the brew cask command.

Steps to install Chrome using Terminal

  1. Open Terminal app
  2. Make sure brew is installed.
    brew --version
  3. Now run the below command to install Google Chrome.
    brew install --cask google-chrome
    ==> Downloading
    ######## 100.0%
    Warning: No checksum defined for cask 'google-chrome', skipping verification.
    ==> Installing Cask google-chrome
    ==> Moving App 'Google' to '/Applications/Google'
    🍺  google-chrome was successfully installed!
    Installing Google Chrome using Mac Terminal
  4. Use Spotlight Search to open Chrome.

This is not an AI-generated article but is demonstrated by a human on an M1 Mac running macOS Sonoma 14.0.

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