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Google’s Chrome OS May Start Offering Android Apps

Googles Chrome OS May Start Offering Android Apps

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Google is looking to expand the universe of apps on its Chrome operating system in an effort to better integrate the applications running on its desktop and mobile operating systems. At the same time, the company is looking to lock-in customers to its overall ecosystem.

Google has been hard at work with a project called the App Runtime for Chrome (ARC), which allows applications built for its mobile operating system Android to work with its desktop Chrome OS.

The search giant’s effort at deeper integration between platforms was picked up by a Reddit user who spotted a new option in Chrome OS titled “Enable Android Apps to run on your Chromebook.”

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