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What started as a small beta effort to run four Android apps on Chrome OS has quickly turned into a way to get many Android apps on Chromebooks or devices with the Chrome browser. Tune in to this week’s Chrome Show to hear more about the process and how it works with Skype on a Chromebook. There’s also some disappointing news a major Chromebook hardware partner has pulled out of Europe “for now.”
Today’s Chrome Show is sponsored by Exoprise.
Hosts: Janko Roettgers and Kevin C. Tofel
Yes, it’s now pretty easy to run Skype or other Android apps on Chrome or Chrome OS.
And it’s even easier for Chrome apps to run on Android too
Chrome for iOS 8 supports using 3rd party App Extensions to post and share content.
Samsung is pulling out of the EU laptop market and that includes Chromebooks
Speaking of Samsung: Its next Chromebook looks to have Intel inside, not a Samsung Exynos chip
App/extension of the week: Pocket