Chrome OS will get Google Play support

Chrome OS will get Google Play support

A hint of this Reddit user found, TheWiseYoda, who noticed in the Chrome OS settings called “Enable Android Apps to run on your Chromebook”. Function for some time appeared in Chrome OS v51, but then disappeared. Customers who activate the settings, see the Google Play app, which shows the initial window.

Last year, Google allows developers to test and run Android apps in the Chrome browser with the App Runtime for Chrome. And now it seems that the company is close to the official launch of a chain store Google Play apps for Chrome OS.

Chrome OS will get Google Play support

A hint of this Reddit user found, TheWiseYoda, who noticed in the Chrome OS settings called “Enable Android Apps to run on your Chromebook”. Function for some time appeared in Chrome OS v51, but then disappeared. Customers who activate the settings, see the Google Play app, which shows the initial window.

Currently, the Chrome OS users can download and run multiple All Android-apps from the Chrome web store. But judging by the screenshots, it appears that Google will use the more familiar Google the Play, to distribute and sell applications. Current users of Android, probably will be able to log in and establish their purchased applications.

Judging by the fact that Chrome browser has received Material Design and the fact that the function has already appeared in the new version of Chrome OS, it seems that the company is preparing for the full conference Chrome OS and Android and will present something very interesting at the conference Google I / O.

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