Do you miss having your favourite Windows applications on your Chromebook? Well, miss no more…
Access to the Google Play Store, and a world of Android Apps, has begun rolling out to the ASUS Chromebook Flip.
Google is bringing millions of Android app to Chromebooks with the launch of Google Play for Chrome OS — but not every device will be able to join in the fun.
You'll soon be able to use the Google Play Store on a Chromebook, according to recent code additions to Chrome OS that let you enable the feature.
Good news for chatterboxes everywhere as Viber is now available to install on a Chromebook. The Skype competitor brings its Android tablet app to the Chrome Web Store, making it freely available to install on compatible Chrome OS devices. […]
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.
The popular PDF markup tool iAnnotate is now available on Chrome OS, allowing users to open, read, annotate and save changes to PDF files.
Google has announced that it's added another six Android apps to the Chrome Web Store.
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.
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?
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'.