With the Google Play Store, get the mobile apps you love for your Chromebook and discover more to add everyday.
When Google first announced that the Google Play Store was coming to Chromebooks, we were told that the Asus Flip, Acer R11, and Chromebook Pixel (2015) would receive the update on version 53, Developer channel.
The Google Play Store has already started arriving on the Acer Chromebook R11 and Asus Chromebook Flip running the latest version of Chrome OS, but another Chromebook is seeing the update.
Bringing Google Play — the most popular app store in the world — to Chromebooks.
Chromebook Pixel Specs: 1.8 GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor. Integrated Intel® HD Graphics 4000.
Weeks after the ASUS Chromebook Flip got developer access to the Google Play Store, both the Chromebook Pixel 2 and the Acer Chromebook R11 have come onto major updates in the developer channel of Chrome 53.
Good news: the Chromebook Pixel 2 can now run the Google Play Store and allow users to download apps–officially. It’s out of the developer channel which means anyone can download games and apps and use them on the laptop.
The Google Play Store, that massive repository of Android apps, is coming to Chrome OS.
The original Chromebook Pixel, which is a premium notebook powered by Chrome OS and costs $1,299, is now also listed as “no longer available for sale.”
Access to the Google Play Store, and a world of Android Apps, has begun rolling out to the ASUS Chromebook Flip.