Google has added a new feature to the Chrome Web Store: the ability to install extensions on the desktop Chrome browser using an Android device.
Access to the Google Play Store, and a world of Android Apps, has begun rolling out to the ASUS Chromebook Flip.
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.
Google has spent the past two years merging Chrome OS and Android and will have a unified OS in 2017.
Chrome for Android is now largely open source after a drop of more than 100,000 lines of code, including the browser's UI, lands in the Chromium repo.
Google has launched a new dev channel version of Chrome for Android, letting mobile users test Chrome's bleeding edge changes for the first time.
Android development on Chromebooks could soon be easier, as Google looks to make two key features of the Android SDK available on Chrome OS images by default.
Vice president of engineering for Android Hiroshi Lockheimer is now heading up the engineering team for Chrome OS.
Another three Android apps are now available on Chrome OS officially: e-mail client CloudMagic, football news hub Onefootball and podcast tool Podcast Addict.