Google Play Store support comes to more Chrome OS devices

16 June 2017
A total of 16 more devices have made it to the list including Acer Chromebook 11 N7 (C731, C731T), Chromebook 15 (CB3-532), Chromebook C202SA, and Chromebook C300SA/C301SA.

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  • AnonD-727177

John , 19 Jun 2017Is the Chromebook 11 G4/G4EE on the list? Im too lazy to readno i wish it was

  • Steven mr-freeze

My samsung galaxy not able to down load new play store app

  • John

Is the Chromebook 11 G4/G4EE on the list? Im too lazy to read

  • Anonymous

chromebooks suck!!! limited things u can do, the screen isn't made for Apps!!

  • AnonD-647900

Darn my Acer CB3-111 wasn't mentioned, at least it'll get support for Android apps soon.

  • Anonymous

green, 16 Jun 2017Why do we need a Chrome OS? Just launch a Tablet for Smartph... moreSchools use Chromebooks as they are more user friendly and cost effective. My middle child uses his Chromebook daily in school as writing papers and sharing them on a tablet takes to much time. Purchasing a young child a windows machine or a expensive apple paperweight is not a wise choice at that age.

  • Touchscreen?

Android apps might sometimes work best on a touchscreen device, although I'm not so sure. Surely a mouse will be ok for selections?

Omg wow :D, first time news made me happy.

  • green

Why do we need a Chrome OS?

Just launch a Tablet for Smartphone Docking, wireless or HDMI connected.

  • AnonD-501105

Still no Acer 14 official support?

Good.

  • AnonD-248589

Why can't all Chromebooks support it?

  • AnonD-39937

Can't wait for the official release to all Chrome OS devices.