Tuesday, July 23, 2024

Google’s big Android app plans could change the way you use your Chromebook

Google has made some big moves on the app front that might change how you use your Chromebook, with the introduction of app streaming from an Android smartphone, and also by killing off Chrome Apps to be replaced by better Progressive Web Apps (known as PWAs for short).

So let’s look at that big streaming development first. As highlighted by Chrome Unboxed (opens in new tab), the app streaming feature which allows you to use Android apps on the Chromebook desktop is now rolling out to some users in beta.

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