As time goes on, we continue seeing more and more Chromebooks getting the full Play Store treatment. Has it been a slow road? Sure. And there’s still quite a bit of work to do, for certain.
There are multiple different channels that apps find themselves making their way onto your Chrome OS device. At one time it was via the Chrome Web Store. In that store, you can find dedicated Chrome OS apps alongside Extensions that expand the usability of Chrome. Now that Android has come on the scene, this section of the site will expand incredibly.
Google and Amazon are known to not do each other any favors. With Amazon’s no-holds-barred push into the streaming and connected home arena, the massive online retailer has systematically eliminated […]
If you’re a regular in the realm of Chrome OS, you’re likely familiar with the “goodies” that Google offers when you buy a new Chromebook. If this is new to […]
CrossOver, a service that has been around and doing its thing on other platforms for some time, has now landed in Beta in the Play Store for Android with a version just for Chrome OS.
Google has been rather busy marketing their own hardware as of late and the #madebygoogle brand is becoming more and more visible in the consumer market. Since the launch of […]
Sure, Chrome OS is growing up fast. With Android apps coming along and bridging many gaps, the OS is starting to round out. For many, however, it is still missing tools needed to make a full-time switch.
Yesterday, along with Chrome OS 62, we saw a nasty little bug creep up that causes Chromebooks to become “uncertified” and lose the ability to run certain apps like Netflix.
When the Pixelbook debuted last month, one of the new, unique features was the ability to take a note directly from the lock screen. While the feature has been in […]
Last week, Chrome OS 62 started rolling out to many users and with it came a few behind-the-scenes changes. Probably the most important being a fix for the dreaded KRACK […]