These are articles and blogs that I have found that may be of interest to those using Chromebooks.

Chromebooks & Chrome OS Deserve Some Credit

Chromebooks & Chrome OS Deserve Some Credit

For the past year, much of the attention and focus around Chromebooks has been aimed at the addition of the Google Play Store and Android app compatibility. Rightfully so, this addition could eventually lead to Chromebooks with much more flexibility and power than they currently have. In the search for more and more capability and legitimacy, however, I (and probably a lot of others) forgot about some of the core things Chromebooks – and Chrome OS by extension – are simply fantastic at.
Awesome Android Apps for Chromebooks

Awesome Android Apps for Chromebooks

Awesome Android Apps for Chromebooks Certainly there is no definitive list that everyone would agree on. However, there are a lot of excellent Android apps that would provide benefit to students on Chromebooks in a school setting. General Apps Art and Creativity Apps Note Taking Apps Math and Science Apps Photo and Video Apps
Chromebook Lock Screen Note Taking Draws Near

Chromebook Lock Screen Note Taking Draws Near

When the Pixelbook debuted last month, one of the new, unique features was the ability to take a note directly from the lock screen. While the feature has been in the works for some time, this was the first time we saw it in action. Until now this feature was exclusive to the Pixelbook. Recent reports from XDA, however, spotted the lock screen note taking in the Developer channel of Chrome OS and some of our own readers have confirmed the ability on devices like the Samsung Chromebook Plus.
40 Chromebook Tips for Maximum Productivity

40 Chromebook Tips for Maximum Productivity

Chromebooks may be all about simplicity, but don't be fooled: Beneath their intuitive outer layer lies a web of advanced options. And you don't have to be a power user to embrace it. Make your way through these 40 tips, and you'll be zipping around Chrome OS like a pro in no time.