Google Finally Keeps Its Promise, Adds Android Apps Support to More Chromebooks

A year after promising that it will add Google Play Store and Android apps support to Chromebooks by the end of 2016, Google finally keeps its promise and updates the Chrome OS wiki with more Chromebook systems that support Android apps.

Last year in May when Google announced that it’s rolling out Google Play Store and Android Apps support to the ASUS Chromebook Flip, Acer Chromebook R 11 and the latest Chromebook Pixel in the developer channel, they also promised to push this support to other supported Chromebooks, but it didn’t happen.

Only now the company has updated its “Chrome OS Systems Supporting Android Apps” wiki page to notify Chromebook owners that they can finally install Android apps from the official Google Play Store, but only if they switch to the Chrome OS Beta channel, which is incredibly easy to do.

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