Apparently, soon the Google will destroy the barrier between their two operating systems, allowing users with laptops on Chrome OS, easy to access Android apps from the official online store Google Play. The user of the social news website Reddit under the nickname TheWiseYoda noticed oduduwa preparation for this in Chrome OS version 51.
In particular, the settings menu has new option “Enable Android apps to run on your Chromebook” (allow to run Android apps on krombeke). Interestingly, the option was soon gone, but there were screenshots and the source code of Chrome OS also indicates the imminent appearance of the opportunity to install and run “one million apps and games” from Google Play on krombeke:
Choose from over a million apps and games on Google Play to install and use on your
Recall that in 2014 Google has started to make available Android apps like Vine, Evernote and Duolingo on Chrome OS in limited testing, which was expanded in April 2015 with a release ARC (App Runtime for Chrome) Welder, which allows developers to run the Android app on any desktop operating system with Google Chrome browser, such as Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.