You may recall that Google at its I/O conference last month announced plans to bring its app store to Chrome OS. Now, it's actually happening.
Google's François Beaufort on Friday announced that the Play Store and Android apps just started rolling out on the Dev channel to the Asus Chromebook Flip.
"I'm loving it so far," he wrote of the integration, which lets users run Android apps on their Chromebook. "More devices will follow very soon. Yeah!"
By the end of the month, two more Chromebooks are slated to receive support for Android apps, including the Acer Chromebook R 11 and the newest Chromebook Pixel. Later this year, Google plans to bring the feature to many more Chromebooks, Chromeboxes, and Chromebases; check out this list for updates.
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"While we won't be able to bring Android apps to every Chromebook ever made, we're continuing to evaluate more devices based on a range of factors, like processor type, GPU, and drivers," according to a Google support note.
Meanwhile, developers can "easily bring their apps to laptops," according to Google. "And all this is built on top of Chrome OS, so users will continue to have everything they love in their Chromebooks."
"Not only are we addressing many of the existing needs and use cases that people have for their Chromebooks, we are also betting on the millions of developers who are innovating every day to build the next great experience that wasn't even possible on PC platforms before," Google said last month. "This is just the beginning, and we're excited to see what the future holds for everyone!"