I'm not sure where to go for help with this. I already posted in the Google Product Forums for help with Chrome.
Several weird things started happening with my Chrome a few months ago. It started off by sometimes not displaying embedded Google Maps as well as maps on the Google Maps page, which I found out to be due to some 400 errors by looking at the console. Maps were fine in Safari logged under the same account.
I also started getting some 400s when going to pages such as gmail.com which redirects to https://www.google.com/gmail/. I could only visit my email by visiting https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/. I tried logging out of both of my accounts, only to have the same happen.
Last night it all went to crap. Whenever I went to my Gmail account (the link that actually worked), the browser would freeze ("Application not responding") and I would have to force quit it. The same happened whenever I tried to go into Chrome Settings.
Today, no pages will open at all. I get the loading animation and the "Untitled" tab title, like in this image.
I tried deleting Google Chrome from my Applications folder, to no avail. I then tried backing up my
~/Library/Application\ Support/Google/Chrome folder, quitting Chrome and deleting the original folder. When relaunching Chrome, it behaved like it were a fresh installation, saying installation was ready and asking if I wanted to set it as default browser, etc. Even then, it would not open any pages, and gets stuck at the same loading/untitled state.
I can't check my Chrome version as
chrome://help won't load when I click "About Google Chrome", but I would assume it's the latest version as I couldn't check for updates.
I also downloaded Chrome Beta and Chrome Canary and the same happens. Tabs keep loading and then I get a window saying they have become unresponsive and asking whether I want to exit the page or wait. All the while I do get search suggestions on the omnibox.
I'm not sure what to do, and any insight would be appreciated as I don't want to have to keep using Firefox.