“Google wants Android to make laptops’




Google wants to adapt Android for laptops. This is evident from stories in several US media. It seems that the search giant alongside the fit of its mobile operating system for laptops also sticking with Chrome OS.

All articles based on anonymous sources speaking within the company about making traditional PC hardware with Android, such as the article of Recode. All commercially released smartphones and tablets running Android have a touchscreen. It is unknown whether that laptops would be a requirement or that it would work without touchscreens.

Android on laptops would have access at least to the Play Store, which currently would have to find more than a million apps. Google would like to make next year for the first time how Android on laptops will look like. It already gave a small taste of the hardware with the pixel C, a tablet with Android and clickable keyboard. However, the pixel C is primarily a tablet and runs an unmodified version of Android.

The fit of Android for traditional PC hardware appears to be in bad news for Google’s current operating system for laptops, Chrome OS. According to The Verge, affiliated with Recode, the Internet holds on Chrome OS, but will put the focus less than before. The Wall Street Journal that the message first published, also said that Google Chrome OS will continue to maintain, in spite of the Android platform will be important. The newspaper also points out that director Sundar Pichai said last week that “mobile computer as a paradigm will eventually get mixed up with what we today regard as desktop.


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