The latest update to the Google Chrome OS Beta channel, version 35, brings App Launcher folders to the desktop by default. Not that the feature is earth-shatteringly new or unexpected, of course. Support for creating […]
Preview or not, the following feature appears to be part of a larger effort aimed at tailoring Chrome OS to better suit touchscreen – specifically tablet – form factors.
Of all of the new features winging their way to Chrome OS in the coming months it's Folder support in the App Launcher that I will find most useful.
It's been a long time coming but Chrome OS is to finally gain support for adding bookmarks to the application shelf and launcher.
After months of testing in the beta and dev channels, Chrome Apps and the Chrome App Launcher are now officially available in Chrome stable for the Mac.
Ever wanted to try a Chrome app without installing it? A new feature winging its way to Chrome OS will let you do just that - and here's how to enable it.
Remember that nifty folder feature we told you was winging its way to Chrome's App Launcher? Well, it's landed in the latest builds of Chromium OS, albeit hidden behind a flag.
A future update to the Chrome OS App Launcher will enable users to 'drag and drop' app shortcuts on to another to create an 'app list folder' - in much the same way as on Android.
Mac users on the Google Chrome Dev Channel are now able to download and enable the Chrome App Launcher.
Want to try the new-look app shelf on your Chromebook? We've got the full how-to inside.
A handful of minor, but notable, changes to the Chrome OS UI are on their way, including new-look click states for the App Launcher and System Tray.