Chromebooks May Get Avalanche of Android Apps

Google’s Chrome operating system is a vast collection of more than a million Android apps on Google Play appears to be on the verge of a plan to integrate a long talk. Facebook recently a series of screen shots show a Chromebook Chrome OS users are able to access the Google Play store has been posted.

Chrome users for the ARC, or extensive reference to the application runtime, embedded in the source code was able to find. ARC users to their favorite Android apps to run on Chrome OS.

About Google Code cameo indicating whether a new strategy was coy.

“We’re always experimenting with new features, but we do not have anything to announce at this time,” the spokesman said Iska Saric TechNewsWorld.

Integration signals

Google plans to integrate the Android operating system, Chrome words almost six months ago, surfaced, the Wall Street Journal in a report. Google pushed back on the rumors, such as the student is working to increase the market penetration of Chrome.

Google, the US educational market to -12, which is 51 per cent in the third quarter of 2015 preferred shares of its Chromebook Chrome Book, according to Google’s plan has been focused.

More than 30,000 new Chromebook, every day, a number that exceeds the combined school and all the other devices are activated according to Google.

Eleven of the top 39 computer manufacturers chrome device, which is available in 40 countries worldwide revenue, the company said.


Going public

“Last October, Google Chrome will be available for some Android apps to create an experimental runtime, but there are practical and strategic reasons the company would issue a decree to choose,” Charles King, Pund- it noted the analyst.

“First and foremost, the Chrome Web Store and the Android Play Store is a far greater variety of applications, so the Chrome ecosystem of integrated apps that will give a shot in the arm,” he told TechNewsWorld.

Google Play App Store, Apple’s biggest competitor in the market. More than 50 billion apps downloaded from Google Play every year, and the average spend per customer has increased by more than 30 percent from 2014 to 2015.

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