Google is dropping support for web apps on Windows, Mac & Linux. In this post we look at the reasons why, what happens to apps already installed, and more.
Google has announced that 'legacy packaged apps' will no longer be published on the Chrome Web Store as of this week.
Chrome Packaged Apps could be up and running on Android and iOS as early as January 2014, according to newly discovered developer documentation from Google.
To mark the fifth (yes, fifth!) birthday of Chrome Google has announced something special: 'a new breed of Chrome App'. But is it as new as it sounds?
Remo brings local music playback to Chrome OS with a beautiful packaged app.
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.
Packaged Apps are about to take another step towards looking like native system apps on Windows and Mac.
Mac Chrome users can expect to find improved support for Packaged Apps under OS X.
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.
Google has today announced that Packaged Apps are available to install from the Chrome Web Store - but only for Dev Channel users on Chrome OS or Windows.