Android Apps on Chromebook

Android apps will run on all new Chromebooks

In 2016, Google announced that apps will be functional on new Chromebook laptops through the Google Play Store, raising the question of Android app security testing issues being brought to Chromebooks. The decision has now been implemented and starting from now onwards, all Chromebooks will support Android apps.

This includes new Chromebook models such as the rugged Acer Chromebook 11 N7 and Samsung Chromebook Plus. Older models of Chromebook can also be updated to support Google Play Store apps.

Android Apps on Chromebook

Chromebook as Primary work computer

Using A Chromebook As Your Primary Work Computer

So you’re thinking of replacing your laptop this year and the inexpensive Google Chromebook — a PC with the cloud-based Chrome operating system — is an enticing option.

Nine models are currently available from four manufacturers (Acer, HP, Samsung, and Toshiba). The prices range from $199 to $329, with the exception of the Google Pixel, which comes with a high-resolution display and starts at $1,299.

When evaluating purchasing a Chromebook as your primary work computer, here are a few pros and cons to consider:

Chromebook as Primary work computer