Chrome OS is getting a touch-friendly makeover

07 July 2017
A new touch-focused launcher is currently undergoing testing.

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  • AnonD-647900

nesrey, 10 Jul 2017you dont...:(

  • nesrey

AnonD-647900, 09 Jul 2017How do you use it if you don't have a touchscreen Chromebook? you dont...

  • AnonD-647900

ForeverPi, 07 Jul 2017I have a 2013 Chromebook Pixel (outstanding machine), and i... moreWish they brought back Google Now cards whether in the app drawer in Chrome OS or in the Chrome browser itself like before.

  • AnonD-647900

How do you use it if you don't have a touchscreen Chromebook?

its looking good

  • Anonymous

What about the black sides?

  • Anonymous

AnonD-39937, 08 Jul 2017"I'm seriously bored of Android phones" then you could simp... moreAs much as I love Nokia a more sensible downgrade would be one of the few LTE-Enabled feature phones that just came out. The 3310 would benefit from having global 3G.

The-Artist, 08 Jul 2017Can Google just merge Android and Chrome OS to create a ful... moreThen read up on Fuchsia OS and educate yourself?

  • AnonD-39937

The-Artist, 08 Jul 2017Can Google just merge Android and Chrome OS to create a ful... more"I'm seriously bored of Android phones" then you could simply ditch smartphones and get a Nokia 3310, it's colourful and has a keyboard, very interesting :)

Can Google just merge Android and Chrome OS to create a full desktop OS suitable to run on Smartphones.. I'm seriously bored of Android phones.

  • ForeverPi

I have a 2013 Chromebook Pixel (outstanding machine), and it's fine as it is without any new updates to the UX. Hope Google don't dumb Chrome OS down. The app dock is more than easy enough to operate with the touch screen.