Android apps soon in the background on Chrome OS

It's a handy feature that will soon be available on Chrome OS, the operating system of Google: the ability to run applications in the background.


It is possible to run Android apps on Chromebooks. On the other hand, this does not mean that the use is as pleasant as on smartphone. Indeed, Android applications on Chrome OS can not run in the background. An error that will be repaired soon according to 9to5Google. This is Chrome OS 64, on which the user can run applications in the background, and even have a dashboard to switch from one application to another, like the Alt Tab of Windows . A clear progression compared to the current system, which pauses an application as soon as another opens. Thus, users can not do two things at once, like on a conventional PC.

For the moment, no date has been given by the site and Google has remained silent on this subject. Nevertheless, the system will arrive “very soon” and will delight users. Chrome Unboxed shows in a video what this new feature looks on the beta:


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