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

Acer Chromebook 15 (Cb5-571) And Six Other Models Get Official Android App Support

Acer Chromebook 15 (CB5-571) And Six Other Models Get Official Android App Support

Every few weeks, another batch of Chromebooks receive official support for the Play Store. The feature has rolled out to most popular models by now, but there are still a few left without it. Seven more Chromebooks now have Android app support in the Chrome OS stable channel, including the Acer Chromebook 15.
How To Check For Chrome OS Updates

How To Check For Chrome OS Updates

One of the beautiful features of Chrome OS is that it automatically updates itself every couple of weeks. But if you know an update is available and don’t want to wait for it, there’s a way to manually check for updates. Here’s how…
Why Clark Howard wants you to set up a ‘Financial Chromebook’

Why Clark Howard wants you to set up a ‘Financial Chromebook’

If you need a new laptop but you don’t want to spend a lot of money, Chromebooks can be a great option. “Chromebooks initially were lame, but now they’re fantastic. They’re simple, fast and cheap. $199 buys you a very good Chromebook,” Clark says. “They have decent battery life, you can get on the Internet quickly, and they’re easy to travel with.”
Trackpad Pinch To Zoom Now Standard On Chrome OS

Trackpad Pinch To Zoom Now Standard On Chrome OS

Back in November, we stumbled upon the fact that the pinch to zoom function was now working on a handful of devices which confirmed our previous findings that this much-needed feature was headed to Google’s Pixelbook, the Samsung Pro and Plus as well as the Chromebook Pixel 2015. So, it was no surprise that we’ve now caught wind that this feature will now be rolling out to ALL Chrome OS devices and enabled by default.