The interface of Chromebooks will soon look much more closer to Android devices. Google is testing a new Launcher for its Chrome OS operating system that is optimized for touch sensitive control.

A new experimental version of Chrome OS Canary is now available for developers and testers, sources from the Google Chromium project report.

The new interface contain a launcher with search bar, and when you point your finger on it, the user gets access to a larger number of apps, like on Android, and also will bring voice search.

Google slowly is merging the two operating systems – the mobile Android and the Chrome OS desktop platform. The company didn’t announce if plan to unify them in a single platform, but Chrome OS is getting more and more of Android capabilities, with access to vast of the Google Play app catalog.

While Android dominates on the mobile devices such as smartphones, Chrome OS does not have such a strong presence in the world of computers, however, his popularity is growing. Chromebooks are one of the fast “not fastest” developing PC segments and are mainly used in the field of education and are gradually entering the business.

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