Chrome OS will be supported Android-apps

Chrome OS will be supported Android-apps

Since June, Chromebook will have access to more than one million apps from Google Play. They will be fully functional to work in full-screen and windowed mode. However, it is worth noting that some applications will not work, mainly those that require support for sensors such as GPS, are not available on your Chromebook.

Google has big plans for the Chrome OS, and one of the main shortcomings of the operating system was the number of applications. Previously, there was a leak in the network that will soon desktop operating system from Google will receive support for Google Play and Android-applications, and now, this information has been officially confirmed at the Google I / O.

Chrome OS will be supported Android-apps

Since June, Chromebook will have access to more than one million apps from Google Play. They will be fully functional to work in full-screen and windowed mode. However, it is worth noting that some applications will not work, mainly those that require support for sensors such as GPS, are not available on your Chromebook.

Initially, these changes will be deployed to devices that have a touch screen, for example, Acer Chromebook R11 or HP Chromebook 14 Touch. But Google has promised that they work hard to make sure everything Chromebook will eventually be able to use the Google Play store, though, and have to wait.

With its innovation, Google breathe new life into its operating system and will bring the merger of Android and Chrome OS. We also remains to be seen what this will lead.

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