Better late than never, Chrome OS 57 has made its way to the stable channel for most Chromebooks and Chrome OS devices. We’ll go ahead and get the big question out of the way. No, the Play Store did not come along for the ride. We are still firmly confident the Android Apps will make their way to Chrome OS with the release of version 58 in late April but we will have to wait and see.MORE
The road to Android Apps on Chrome OS has been a long and somewhat laborious one to say the least. With the release of the Play Store to Chromebooks imminent, it won’t be long before developers are inundated with a new world of issues to overcome with app compatibility. One key feature that we have already seen as a major deficit is the lack of basic keyboard support for most Android Apps.MORE
As these things go, you might want to make your decision quickly on this. A new deal has surfaced and it is a great one!MORE
Up until this point, the camera app for Chrome OS has been limited to a single camera. Namely, the camera right above your screen. And, until now, that has been all that is really needed. Chromebooks keep it simple, and a single webcam is as simple as it gets.MORE
The Acer Chromebook 14 was a surprise 2016 hit for us here at Chrome Unboxed. With its initial release in April, it wasn’t the most impressive device on the market.
A few months and a new gold shell made us give this Chromebook another look, and we’re so glad we did.MORE