Apps, tools, and other software available for Chromebooks, or to run in the Chrome web browser.
Remo brings local music playback to Chrome OS with a beautiful packaged app.
The AirCast Android app brings local content from Dropbox, Google Drive, and your phone to the Chromecast.
With the recent release of new Wunderlist and Pocket apps in the Chrome Store, one question still lingers in many Chrome users' minds: what exactly are packaged apps?
Wunderlist, the most popular task manager in the world, has launched a new packaged app on the Chrome Web Store.
'Read it Later' service Pocket has launched a new Chrome packaged app that lets users you read articles saved to it both online and offline.
Google Play Music is great. No matter where you are or what device you’re on you can fire up a web-browser and start listening to your music library. But that’s also what makes it not […]
The new Google+ Photos App for the Chromebook Pixel can be installed on any Chrome OS device - including the Samsung Chromebook
Twitter's Chrome app Tweetdeck has been updated. And when I say updated I do mean updated.
Here's one to file under 'totally saw that coming': Google Keep has been confirmed as the official replacement for Scratchpad, Google's old note-taking web-app.
Do It Tomorrow is billed by its developers as 'the to-do App for procrastinators'. I prefer to call it the virtual equivalent of a notebook, albeit one with some modern features.
Google's note-taking service, Google Keep, launched a few weeks ago with much fanfare with a Android app and web app. Today sees the release of the much anticipated Chrome App.
The Chrome Web Store - the browser's online stop for web apps, extensions and themes - has tweaked the results it presents for search results.