Since Google I/O we have been waiting anxiously to see which usually apps would be among the first to gain compatibility with Chrome OPERATING SYSTEM. As Sundar Pichai described at this summer’s conference, Google plans to get Android apps running natively on the industry’s desktop OS, using App Runtime for Chrome.
Google is meticulously curating the experience, however , working with select developers to make apps available through Chrome’s web store. In September, Duolingo, Evernote, Vine, and Sight Words came to Chrome, and today Google announced a lineup associated with seven new apps, which includes Cookpad, Couchsurfing, Overdrive, plus four others.
Seven Android Applications Join The Chrome-Compatible Lineup was written by the amazing team at Android Police.