The feature is available on the Canary Channel for Chrome OS. Regular Chrome OS has three phases: dev, beta, and stable. Canary is an even more developmental stage that most people shouldn't use.
The next version of Chrome OS, dubbed Canary, has reached the stable build stage and includes the ability to run Android apps side-by-side in split screen mode. More »
Now that all new Chromebooks run Android apps, let’s turn our gaze to running PC programs. And with a new app called CrossOver for Chrome OS, you can install several Windows software on your Chromebook. It seems a little counter-intuitive to the whole point of using Chromebooks to run Windows programs on it. Show More Summary
A very early development version of Chrome OS features the ability to run split-screen Android apps. A wide rollout could come soon.
Chrome OS and convertible Chromebooks with touch screens or those that fully detach are the future of Android tablets. With fewer Android tablet options available each year and Google baking in feature after feature into Chrome OS to make it even better than an Android tablet could be, this is an exciting time. Show More Summary
Amazon and Best Buy are also offering student discounts. Chrome OS still isn't for everyone, but for those who are already fans or want to give it a fighting chance, the Pixelbook is the best way to experience Google's desktop/tablet operating system. Show More Summary
Available first in Chrome OS's Canary channel. While Chrome OS may have started out as Google's own desktop operating system, it's rapidly been doubling as the company's new focus for tablets, too. In the latest move towards this, Chrome...Show More Summary
An expensive sleeve for an expensive laptop. The Google Pixelbook is an expensive laptop, but for fans of Chrome OS, it's worth every single penny. I'm been loving my time with the Pixelbook so far, and I've eagerly been waiting for Google to let me buy its official sleeve for the thing. Show More Summary
If you have a device running the Chrome OS but prefer Microsoft Office to Google Docs, you don’t have to change your ways much.
Google’s lightweight Chrome OS for desktops doesn’t need a large PC. Loaded on mini PCs you can mount at the back of your monitor, these inexpensive Chromeboxes are excellent purchases. You should know that as these desktop PCs get smaller, so does their capability. Show More Summary
Chromebooks and "real" work? It's possible, even in the enterprise. Despite its first impression, Chrome OS is great in the workplace. Every type of business needs access to email, internal sites for company announcements, calendars, and other basic tools. Show More Summary
The ASUS Chromebook Flip is a touchscreen Chrome OS laptop that supports apps from the Google Play Store.
What's up with Google's new Pixelbook? We've been putting the new Chrome OS 2-in-1 to the test, but is it worth spending your hard-earned grand on this thing?
VideoLAN today launched version 3.0 of its media player across all major desktop and mobile platforms: Windows (ARM, x86, x64), macOS, Linux, Android, iOS, Android TV, Apple TV, and Chrome OS. The world’s most used media player that plays everything just got even better. You can download the new version now: Android, iOS, and everything […]
Thanks to the digging of XDA, we’re learning this week that Google is working to bring Google Assistant to Chrome OS. While Assistant is already present on Google’s Pixelbook, this move would allow all Chrome OS users to utilize the company’s digital assistant, even letting them use the “Ok Google” hotword functionality. Show More Summary
Google Assistant for Chromebooks further blurs the line between Chrome OS and Android.
Want to make an Android PC? It’s easy. Phoenix OS, based on the Android-x86 project, can install Android on a desktop (or laptop). On the downside, it won’t run the full version of Chrome browser (Chrome is really fast). This is, after all, a mobile operating system. Show More Summary
In the wake of Spectre and Meltdown, every major computing company is scrambling to try to find a way to fix, or at least address, the widespread security vulnerabilities at hand. And while things haven't been going great over in the...Show More Summary
We reported earlier that Google was planning to implement split-screen mode while in tablet mode for Android apps in ChromeOS, the firm has now added that feature to its PC OS with Chrome OS 64. Chrome OS 64, aside from also fixing the...Show More Summary