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Google brings first set of Android apps to Chrome OS

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Google has just announced that it has brought a set of four android apps to the Chrome OS. The apps are making debut are Vine, Evernote, Duolingo and Sight Words.

Google had promised to bring Android apps to the Chrome OS, thus making the OS more intuitive and productive.  A surprising part was the fact that there is no sign of Flipboard, yet.

Although it is just four apps for now, Google has promised that it is planning to work with a “select group” of android developers, to bring in more and more apps to its Operating system.

Integration Android apps with their Chrome OS counterparts would certainly create a seamless experience on both the platforms. Let’s hope Hoogle brings I’m the entire App Store to Chrome OS, soon.

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