In a world where we increasingly use different types of devices, greater integration between them is essential. It is perfectly natural for us to start a certain task at home, on our computer and want to continue the same, away from home, on our smartphone. With that goal in mind, Google has been improving the interaction between your Android and Chrome OS.
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When Chrome OS arrived on the market, it had a big gap: the lack of applications. As this is an operating system mainly focused on the web and cloud, the applications available for it were just those you can find in the browser of the same name on your PC.
This gap later began to be resolved with support for Android apps on Chrome OS. As a result, most of the panoply of apps available on the Google Play Store are now available on Chromebooks. However, not everything works perfectly.
One of the main drawbacks to how Android apps work on Chrome OS is that they don't run in the background, with rare exceptions. In other words, you just have to switch windows and the running Android application will stop working.
But the good news comes to us now through the ChromeUnboxed. With Chrome OS 64 it will now be possible for all Android applications to run properly in the background without any disruption to their activity. Now the process of multitasking in this operating system becomes more enhanced.
Android apps are already running full speed on Chrome OS 64
In the video, which you'll see at the end of this article, you can see that with the latest version of Google's operating system, Android apps are already working to their full potential. All the hassle of one of these apps running out of business when the background is over with the new version of Chrome OS.
Finally, it should be noted that version 64 of this operating system is still in beta. This means that all of its features are still under development, but it should not be long before they reach all users of the stable release.
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