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Google To Bring The Google Play Store & Android Apps To All Chromebooks Launching This Year [VIDEO]
Google has announced that each Chromebook launched in 2017 will support the Google Play Store and Android apps.
On Monday, Google finally rubber stamped the advent of Android apps support for all Chromebooks announced in 2017 and after.
However, the company did not divulge a specific date when the Chromebooks will start working with Android apps.
With the addition of Android apps, it remains to be seen how the company plans to beef up the internal storage of the Chromebooks.
Last year, Google revealed its plan to bring mobile platform-exclusive apps to its desktop platform including older Chromebooks before 2016 ended.
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Google Play apps are more discoverableHere’s something that you may not have known about the Google Play and Apple App Stores: when you search for an app, you’re somewhat more likely to find what you’re looking for in the Google Play Store than the Apple App Store.
That question is…In what ways is the Google Play Store better than the Apple App Store?
Do you feel the Google Play Store is actually better than the Apple App Store?
Google Play provides superior informationIt might seem odd to say that the Google Play Store offers more info than the Apple App Store after having just said that both app markets offer virtually the same information.
Google Play apps have broader device compatibilityLast but not least, there’s the issue of compatibility, which is decidedly less of an issue for the Google Play Store.
collected by :Mina Lony