My new favorite Chromebook read-later app is Omnivore. I prefer it far more to the native Reading List app on my Chromebook thanks to its many useful features.
Google is working on a user interface for Chrome browser app management called AppHome, creating a Chrome browser PWA store of sorts.
How did I miss the HP QuickDrop app? It can wirelessly transfer iPhone photos, files and notes to and from the HP Elite Dragonfly Chromebook.
The Zoom PWA gained a new trick on Chrome OS that brings it closer to a full desktop experience: Blur and virtual backgrounds are here.
Here’s a list of what I think are 5 great Chrome Web Store extensions for your Chromebook. Check them out and add your own to the list.
The optimized Opera for Chromebooks app really isn’t a Chromebook app. It’s Android. However, you’d be hard pressed to know this isn’t a desktop browser on Chrome OS.
On Tuesday, the Google Play Store will have a new Zoom progressive web app available, making Zoom on a Chromebook a much improved experience with more desktop-like features.
Tired of managing Google Tasks in that itty bitty sidebar of Google Calendar on your Chromebook? Take a look at the new Full Screen for Google Tasks extension and get things done.
Using an Android app to annotate PDFs on your Chromebook? You may not have to much longer: Google introduced a native PDF markup function in the latest Dev Channel of Chrome OS 73 that works with a stylus or a finger on a touchscreen.
Need a smart task manager to get things done? Any.do has long been a favorite of mine but its even better now on a Chromebook thanks to a Gmail integration that creates tasks from your messages.