As a consumer, there are a lot of things we are grateful for, from the Google creative engineers department. Perhaps the greatest of which, is the Android mobile operating system and more recently the Chrome desktop operating system.
However, having used Microsoft’s ecosystem and how the Redmond company has integrated mobile and desktop platform. You can’t help but wonder why Google hasn’t taken that direction. Well, it has started moving towards that direction, as the recent release of Chrome updates now support download and installing of mobile apps directly from the Play Store.
Though I won’t be too quick to say Google has merged Android and Chrome, but it is definitely on the path to do so. However, there is a third party player, Jide, who can be said already saw that opportunity and addressed it swiftly by making the Remix OS.
As a matter of face, Jide calls Remix OS devices as Android PC. For Chromebook users, you might find Remix OS to be even more accommodating, as it basically your Android phone complete with a full keyboard and touchpad. Although you do …read more