The integration between Android and Chrome OS was discussed for a long time and now we are witnessing an important step towards the practical realization of this objective – Google announced that all Chromebook models from 2017 onwards will come with built-in support for Google Play Store.

This means that you if you buy new Chromebook model you will take advantage of all your favorite Android applications, whether is for productivity or session of Hearthstone, Minecraft, Clash of Titans and others. Moreover, Google will require manufacturers to use the label “specially designed for Play” for some notebook models.

Currently, some of the models offer access to Google Play Store, but not all, and to come across one of them you should thoroughly research the market. Models which already include Play Store are ASUS Chromebook Flip, Acer Chromebook R 11 and the newest Chromebook Pixel.

It is not clear whether Chromebox and Chrome-on-a-stick devices will also support Android, but for sure, this move is very important for Google. Currently, Chrome OS is the second most popular computer operating system, ahead even MacOS and lagging behind Windows.

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