Apps, tools, and other software available for Chromebooks, or to run in the Chrome web browser.
Fans of the Pomodoro Technique can get their timed-task workflow in sync on Chrome with TimeDoser - a free desktop Chrome App.
A new project by well known Android developer Koushik Dutta brings the Android Debug Bridge (adb) to Chrome and Chrome OS.
If you've been looking for a simple way to view a small calendar or view timezones on your Chromebook without hitting the web, you can stop.
We might have to wait for Google to reveal more on its plans to let select Android apps run natively on Chrome OS, but there's already a handy alternative (of sorts) available to us in the meantime.
Listening to so-called 'ambient noise' can be a great way to force a racing mind to slow down, relax and refocus on what matters.
Cog is a system info utility for Chrome, Chrome OS and Android that lists hardware stats of your computer in a clean, minimalist and responsive layout.
As part of its 'biggest update yet', Wunderlist has rolled out an all-new version of its offline-enabled Chrome App, adding real-time sync and more.
Word Connect for Chrome is ideal game to play when taking a quick break from work or waiting for a download to finish. Part Boggle, part jewel game.
If you have been looking for an easy way to show photos on your laptop on your TV using Chromecast, this free Chrome App may be just what you need.
The Chrome Dev Editor (formerly known as Spark) has hit the Chrome Web Store as a developer preview.
'Weather Now' is a simple Chrome app shows you the current weather conditions for a city using OpenWeatherMap. No forecasts, no frills but plenty of style.
Put down the screwdriver and step away from the voided warranty: a new app makes it easy to view stats on the hardware inside your Chromebook.