For a long time now, it has been the wish for Chromebook users to natively run Android app on their Google powered PCs. Well, in the recent past few months, it has been possible to run Android apps on Chrome OS devices.
However, that was for the early adopters willing to use the beta channels Chrome OS. The bad thing about beta software is that they not fully baked and user might experience system crash or even security loop holes. You can see why it is not a popular choice for the majority of users, especially ones without the technical background to fix or troubleshoot their PCs whenever beta software crashes.
If you have been shying away from the beta ChromeOS, but wishing you could natively run Android apps. This news is for you! Google has now made it possible for Android Apps to run on the stable ChromeOS. That means you can go to Play Store, download those amazing apps you got on your Android smartphone, and use them on your Chromebook.
Certainly, your productivity and experience is bound to increase on the full keyboard and big …read more