After a few weeks delay, Chrome OS 90 arrives late for some Chromebooks, bringing Android 11 in the new ARCVM environment to them.
Hopefully, Google will add optional Android widget support to Chromebooks in the future. Until that happens, give Taskbar a try: If you have a Chromebook running Android 9 Pie, you can use this app to add any Android widgets to your Chrome OS desktop view.
While the official Google changelog list of features in Chrome OS 72 Stable Channel has some welcome additions, there’s plenty more goodness included behind these scenes.
Forget waiting for Android 8 on Chromebooks, we’re going right to Android 9 based on the latest Chrome OS Canary build. Look for an improved Google Assistant and far better Android Camera app on Chromebooks.