Android apps are officially available on Chrome OS
Android devices and Chromebooks melt together – Android apps will work on Chromebooks. Sounds a bit like the Microsoft story with Windows 10, only that there are more Android apps than Windows 10 apps available. It’s a big step for Google and Chromebooks and offers millions of new opportunities for the usage of Chromebooks. They will be able to be handled as easily as Android smartphones.
Ladies and gentlemen, remember this date: June 17th, 2016. Why? Because on that day, the game officially changed.
Google’s Chrome OS powers a fleet of laptop and desktop computers that offer users a fantastic alternative to Windows machines. Chromebooks and Chrome desktop PCs are just as good as Microsoft-powered computers when it comes to browsing the web, streaming movies or music, or even light work. Windows is probably your best bet if you need to run custom Windows software in an enterprise environment, but Chrome is a fantastic alternative for home users looking to save some money without sacrificing much in the way of performance.
And now, Chrome OS is a better option than ever thanks to the addition of Android app support.
Google confirmed back in May that it intended to bring the Google Play store and support for Android apps to Chrome computers, and now it’s finally…
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