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Will Google Android Apps On Chromebooks Devastate Windows Laptops?

Google just launched its first Android apps for Chromebooks. Will this convergence of Android and Chrome OS steal away Microsoft’s market share in laptops?

Gigaom: With this tool, you can run nearly any Android app on a Chromebook

Four Android apps running on Chrome OS is a small start. Want to try others? It's possible with this unofficial tool that can convert nearly Android app for running on a…

How to get faster answers to your searches in Google Chrome for Android

2 days agoTechnology : GigaOM

Google is always looking to reduce the time it takes between a search query and the answer you're looking for. Enable this experimental flag in Chrome for Android and you'll see…

Tweak Chrome for Android to Answer Questions in the Suggestions Box

Android: Google Chrome is a solid web browser for Android, even if it's not the best one. OMG! Chrome discovered a neat hidden feature that makes Chrome give answers to questions in the dropdown suggestions box while searching. Read more...

Chrome for Android starts answering your questions in search suggestions

Google's as-you-type search suggestions have only offered the tiniest bit of help so far. They can handle basic math, but they won't answer questions that require more than a few numbers. However, that might soon change. Chrome for Android now has an...

Display answers while you type in Chrome for Android

Having to do less on a mobile phone to get to the desired result is something that many users appreciate. That's probably one of the reasons why companies such as Google or Microsoft are adding direct information to their search engines in form of Knowledge Graphs and other items displayed in the results. Show More Summary

Chrome for Android has a hidden search feature that suggests answers to questions as you type

Hidden inside Google’s Chrome for Android app is an experimental feature that will instantly display suggestions to various queries while you’re typing them into the address bar. To recap, these are the answers that Google would normally display right at the top of its search results. Show More Summary

Chomebook-to-Chromecast video? Yes, with Google Drive

As if Android apps hitting Google's Chrome OS wasn't enough excitement for Mountain View's operating system for one week. Now, you can play movies stored in Google Drive via the OS' video player app on your Chromecast. According to Googler François...

Google Reveals First Wave of Android Apps for Chromebooks

As promised during Google I/O earlier this year, the first Android apps for Chromebooks have arrived. Machines running Google's Chrome OS can now run the Vine, Evernote, Duolingo and Sight Words Android apps on their desktops. See also:...Show More Summary

Android Apps in Chrome OS

Google built an app runtime for Chrome that allows Android apps to run in Chrome OS. The first Android apps you can run in Chrome OS are Duolingo, Evernote, Sight Words and Vine. Bringing more powerful apps to Chrome OS is a great idea. Show More Summary

The First Android Apps Are Now Available for Chrome OS

At Google I/O, the company announced that soon you would be able to run Android apps in Chrome OS. Today, that day has arrived. Sort of. For a couple apps anyway. Read more...

The first four Android apps for Chrome OS are here

Google promised that Android apps would eventually make their way to Chrome OS, and, well, here they are - the search giant announced that the first batch has just gone live in the Chrome Web Store. We knew that Vine and Evernote were on the short...

Evernote, Vine and other Android apps now available for Chrome OS and Chromebooks

Google is taking a big step in offering Android features on its Chrome OS by allowing a few Android apps to run on Chromebooks for the first time.

Chromebooks can now run some Android apps for the first time, including Evernote and Vine

We knew that Google planned to add support for running Android apps on Chromebooks since the company announced it back at Google I/O in June, but today we’ve had confirmation that the first Android apps to run on Chrome OS are now available to download. Show More Summary

Chrome for Android's Been Overhauled With Material Design

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Chrome for Android is the latest recipient of the flattening Material Design treatment. Take a look at what that means in practice. Read more...

Chrome for Android Earns Its Material Design Stripes

Google recently updated Chrome for Android devices. The update makes several changes to the browser. For example, signing into Chrome automatically signs users into all Google sites they visit. The app has also been updated with Google's Material Design, which has a new look and feel. Show More Summary

Chrome for Android updated with Material Design

Chrome 37 is now available in the Google Play Store. Today's update is notable for bringing over a new look and feel the Material Design refresh we saw recently in Chrome Beta.

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