Minecraft 1.7.4 is officially out for all supported platforms, featuring the awesome new Twitch.tv broadcasting tool, improved realms menus, fixed render distance, and more.
The update has yet to be formally announced, but the final Minecraft 1.7.4 binary is out for all supported platforms (Mac, Windows, and Linux).
Minecraft 1.7.4 is known to add integrated Twitch broadcasting, a fix for rendering distances above 8 (which may or may not work in multiplayer, according to Mojang), as well as many bug fixes and optimizations.
A not-so-official changelog for Minecraft 1.7.4 can be found on Reddit. It was submitted a few minutes ago by a user identified as redstonehelper. As usual, you’ll need Java 1.6 (or newer) and 1GB of RAM to play the game on any computer configuration. Use the links below to grab the version you need.