WebRTC is now live in Chrome version 23, which is now rolling out to the public. No flag needed, no special Chrome build required.
It's the biggest milestone yet. Our journey started with the open sourcing of key technologies in June 2011 and with the help of community driven workgroups at the W3C and IETF, we made these technologies available through a web API and ensured standardized protocols. We also iterated heavily based on your feedback.
18 short months later, web developers can now offer Chrome users the ability to have live, high quality audio and video communication as part of their web experience.
If you are a developer, join our mailing list and take a look at some demos and start thinking today how letting people talk and see each other could change how they experience your services / applications!
Read more about other Chrome 23 features here.