Google Launches First Set Of Android Apps For Chromebook Users

At Google I/O, every Chromebook user in attendance was extremely excited to learn that Android apps were coming to their machines. Today Google has officially launched this functionality, limited as it may be. Using the App Runtime For Chrome, these apps run just like native Android apps. Only 4 apps are available right now including Duolingo, Evernote, Sight Words, and Vine.

Google is working with a selection of Android developers right now to bring more apps like this to Chrome OS so more will definitely be available in the future. You can tell Google which apps you would like to see brought over in their poll (linked below). Do you plan on using this new functionality?

Vote for apps to be added

Source: Google

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