Chromebooks may soon get even better… thanks to your Android phone


If you own a Chromebook, you might soon be able to access a new, useful feature in the form of streaming apps to your computer from an Android phone, as evidenced by a string of code found in the latest Google Play Services update.

Discovered by XDA Developers, the string of code explicitly describes being able to “Stream apps to your Chromebook.” This could imply that ChromeOS may finally have some degree of parity with Android, allowing users to stream their favorite apps from phones and tablets on a larger Chromebook screen.


If you own a Chromebook, you might soon be able to access a new, useful feature in the form of streaming apps to your computer from an Android phone, as evidenced by a string of code found in the latest Google Play Services update.

Discovered by XDA Developers, the string of code explicitly describes being able to “Stream apps to your Chromebook.” This could imply that ChromeOS may finally have some degree of parity with Android, allowing users to stream their favorite apps from phones and tablets on a larger Chromebook screen.

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