Chromebooks are very handy machines. Its been a trend to have a Chromebook with you because of its pronounced features and un-matchable designs. Adding to this, Google just announced that every Chromebook coming in 2017 will support Android Apps out of the box. You won’t need any updation, just open your new Chromebook and download your favorite apps from the Google Play Store.
Last year, Google announced that Chromebooks would start supporting Android Apps. Eventually this happens, at recent CES 2017, where we see some Chromebooks with android app store. Those were Samsung Chromebook Pro and Plus and the Asus Chromebook Flip C302CA. But there wasn’t any update for rest of the Chromebooks going to release later is this year.
Now, the news come with the single line text. It says, “All Chromebooks launching in 2017 and after as well as the Chromebooks listed below will work with Android apps in the coming future”. You can check you Chromebook compatibility with android apps here in the list.
Now every new Chromebook have access to the Google Play Store by default, which will lead it more vast ecosystem just like Windows or Mac OS.