As was announced at Google I / O 2014 , have reached the first Android applications compatible with Chrome OS system being installed through the Chrome Web Store.The idea is to combine work and take advantage of simultaneous touch friendly interface Chromebooks screens, long battery life and, together with the characteristics in terms of experience of enjoying mobile applications in addition to its synchronization and authentication notifications.
There are 4 popular apps for the Chrome OS arriving and that resulting from the work of Google with a select group of developers: Evernote , fantastic application to capture all types of multimedia material (including web content) in single notes; Duolingo , the spectacular service for learning languages (English, French, Spanish, German, Portuguese.) as if it were a game; Kids Sight Words , a tool to promote and improve reading in children through play; and finally came the app and social network Twitter to create and share short videos throughout the world.
Of course, the plan is, at least in principle, adapt most popular apps to Chrome OS (starting with Flipboard) and follow posting in the Chrome Web Store. For more information you can find references to the project entitled Runtime App for Chrome (Beta) . Additionally you can avail yourself of this form to indicate the apps that you like to see adapted it is to leave your email, if you’re a developer, and connect with Google to get to know the requirements for your Android apps compatible with Chrome OS.
More information: The official blog of Google Chrome