As promised at Google I/O, the Chrome OS has received its first batch of Android applications. As part of the “App Runtime for Chrome” project, a survey was released asking opinions on which apps users would like to see make its way to Chrome first.
Google has announced via its blog that four Android apps have arrived to Chrome OS users. The four apps are Duolingo, an app to learn a new language, Evernote, an app that give you a full size keyboard and touchscreen to take notes, Sight Word, an app to improve kid’s reading skills and Vine, the app to create short video clips of anything you’d like.
Flipboard, that was demoed at the Conference back in June hasn’t joined the group but we’re hoping to see it included as the variety of Google Play Apps on Chrome increases. Google has left a note saying its working with a handful of Android developers to add more of the trending apps soon.
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Source: Android Authority