Any Android developers are now able to bring their their Android apps to Chrome OS, as Google expands the 'ARC' plugin project with documentation and tools.
Four new Android apps are now available on the Chrome Web Store for use on Chromebooks and other Chrome devices.
Google Chrome for Android has been updated, adding a handy new 'pull to refresh' action and gaining a fresh batch of always welcome bug fixes and security improvements.
Chrome for Android is to stop supporting Android 4.0 'Ice Cream Sandwich' from April and the release of Chrome 42, Google has announced.
Yik Yak and Facebook Messenger are among eight Android Apps that recent developer comments suggest might be coming to Chrome in the very near future.
Yesterday's stable channel update to Chrome OS bought with it Smart Lock — a feature that lets you unlock your device simply by having your Android smartphone close by.
A new version of Google Chrome Beta for Android is now live on the Play Store, bumping the browser to version 41.0.2272.34. It’s an incremental update that adds one notable new feature (see below), a refreshed ‘material design’ settings […]
A new stable release of Google Chrome for Android is now rolling out through the Play Store.
In the four months since the first set of Android apps were added to the Chrome Web Store a further fourteen have appeared — but which apps are proving most popular with Chrome OS users?
A new version of Google Chrome Beta for Android is rolling out on the Play Store, and for those running Lollipop there are some sweet changes to see.
Having spent a few weeks ironing out the kinks, Mozilla today brings 'Tab Mirroring' via Chromecast to all users of Firefox for Android.
We often hear people talk about Android features they'd like to see come to Chrome OS — but what about the other way around?