Google is working on a user interface for Chrome browser app management called AppHome, creating a Chrome browser PWA store of sorts.
A new prototype feature adds multiple tabs in PWAs on a Chromebook. This could elevate Progressive Web Apps with new users experiences.
Tired of using browser extensions to share content from your Chromebook? Here’s how to use a native feature to easily share web content to PWAs or nearby devices on a Chromebook.
Google’s Cursive app for Chromebooks, originally exclusive to the new HP Chromebook X2 11, is now widely available. Here’s how to install and use it, even if without a pen-enabled Chromebook.
After in-app messaging in Office for Android suggested that Chromebook users would be transitioned to the web, it’s confirmed. Microsoft is ending Chromebook support for Office Android apps.
Based on reports that opening individual Office for Android apps on a Chromebook, it appears that Microsoft is pushing Chromebooks to run Office on the web. Is it though?
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.
Day 1 of Google I/O 2021 didn’t reference Chromebooks much. After watching a video presentation I found 9 new Chromebook features on the way.
After announcing the end of support for Chrome Web Apps on Chromebooks in June 2021, Google has relented a little. Now, they’ll work until June 2022; hopefully PWAs will mature and more ubiquitous by then.
I know Chrome OS is a “modern” system, but does that mean we have to sacrifice convenience? I’m talking about the app Launcher, which after 10 years of Chromebooks, still doesn’t have any kind of sorting feature.
Chrome OS has landed on the Stable Channel for Chromebooks and Google highlights two new features. But there’s plenty more in there: Here’s what you need to know.