Chrome OS will soon be able to run Android apps in the background

Chrome OS will soon be able to run Android apps in the background

one of the greatest weaknesses of Chrome OS and a disadvantage to utilizing a portable and web-first working framework is applications that don’t demonstration work area programming should. Google is attempting to cure this, as indicated by 9to5Google, with a forthcoming refresh to Chrome OS that should make Android applications run easily out of sight. As of now, these applications — part of Google’s more extensive push to bind together certain parts of Android and Chrome — will stop in the event that you change far from them, making a few issues for individuals who get a kick out of the chance to vigorously multitask on the work area.

 

ChromeUnboxed first saw the component, called Android Parallel Tasks, inside Chrome OS 64, which is as of now just accessible on Google’s beta channel. We can anticipate that the component will advance toward people in general form of Chrome OS sometime soon, yet it’s not clear precisely when. All things considered, it’s reviving to see that Google is finding a way to make Android applications on Chrome OS more vigorous and work area like, particularly after the surrey beta period prior this year.