Google Keep is a great app with near-instant sync, collaborative features, and apps for Android, Chrome and the web — but are you getting the most from it?
From professional-grade photography app Polarr to the organisational wizardry of Sunrise — here are our favourite Chrome Apps from the past 12 months.
Google's designers have given the Chrome Web Store sidebar a rejig, consolidating many of the filters and categories to make finding apps easier.
I love the "new" Google Hangouts Chrome App launched back in October. It's arguably the best way to experience Hangouts on a Chromebook, and looks the business on Windows, too.
If you're on the hunt for a task manager that works just as well on the desktop as it does on mobile, append Todoist to your todo list, ASAP!
Photoshop Streaming brings the full power of Adobe's premier design app to Chromebooks — but how well does it work, and when you can you try it?
Seven new Android apps have been uploaded to the Chrome Web Store ready for Chrome OS fans to play with, among them popular travel networking app 'Couchsurfing'.
Easy to learn, fiendishly difficult to complete — that's how I'd describe 0h h1, a free logic game for Chrome and Chrome OS.
Helping you keep on top of your to-dos, there's a freshly pressed version of Google Keep now rolling out on the Chrome Web Store (and on the web and on Android).
Wikipedia, aka the web's evolving online consciousness, has articles on everything, covering the interesting to the inane.
Journal by Journey for Chrome Beta makes a convincing case for diary keeping in the age of status updates and excessively hashtagged experiences.
The 'Google Play Movies & TV' app for Chrome just upped its usefulness, adding the ability to search for content and make purchases within the app.