2016 Android apps finally show up on Chrome OS


2016 Android apps finally show up on Chrome OS

2016 Android apps finally show up on Chrome OS

At I/O 2016, Google affirmed that Android applications will come to Chrome OS gadgets sooner rather than later. The applications should be accessible through the Google Play Store on Chromebooks.

The main gadgets that are bolstered by Google to run Android applications are the ASUS Chromebook Flip, the 2015 Chromebook Pixel and the Acer Chromebook R11 – every one of them running the Chrome OS 53, alpha variant of Chrome that was discharged on engineer channel.

The principal such applications have now begun to show up, yet you require alpha programming to attempt them as they are just accessible on designer discharge channel.

To elucidate the applications just work in the event that they needn't bother with the elements reliant on equipment like telephony (calls and SMS), GPS, back camera or the application being a custom launcher. There are a significant number of bugs and issues like the applications open as windows in Chrome OS can't be resized and video applications go dull when the center is expelled from them.

2016 Android apps finally show up on Chrome OS - These defects will just run with time and in the wake of doing minor changes to the UI and working of applications. While a portion of the bugs and imperfections like the absence of resizing of applications, has been set apart to be settled in Android N and different fixes ought to come as the product develops from alpha stage to stable discharge.

These blemishes are not Google's deficiency or the engineers issue, since this is the way everything has been working since years and components to suit and make applications work next to each other should be actualized. Applications here don't serve you notices unless and until you have minimized out of sight.

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