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Google Play Store add support for R11 and Acer Chromebook Pixel
Users of the R11 and Acer Chromebook Pixel are from 2015, when they use the developer version of Chrome OS, now have access to the Play Store. So far there are three Chromebooks which Android apps can be installed later follow.
Several owners of the Chromebooks report that they now have access to the Google Play Store, writes 9to5google. Access to the download store for Android apps is in version 53 of Chrome OS, which is distributed via the Developer Channel.
When Google at its I / O conference announced that Chromebooks get support for the Play Store, the company promised that there would be support from June to three models. In addition to the Acer and Google’s own second version of the Chromebook Pixel that went to the Asus Chromebook Flip. That was in June the update, but the Play Store now only works in combination with the Acer R11 and the second version of the Chromebook Pixel.
From September will chair the function in the stable version of Chrome OS. The Play Store must for the end of the year to dozens of different models to come.Viewing:-111
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