Google is contrast a splitscreen perspective for Android apps on Chromebooks
February 20, 2018 - chromebook
The latest refurbish to Chrome OS’ Canary exam channel should make multitasking on a Chromebook easier. Now, in further to split-screening dual local Chrome OS apps on your machine, we can run a Chrome OS app and an Android app corresponding or dual Android apps. It should be mentioned that Canary is pre-alpha program and isn’t accurately stable, as 9to5 Google notes, so maybe don’t try this out on your daily driver. This could be a pointer that Chrome OS tablets and Chromebooks with detachable screens are en route. The video next from Chrome Unboxed, however, shows a underline using on a Samsung Chromebook Pro that suggests it’ll work on existent convertibles too.