User TheWiseYoda first spotted a new option in Chrome OS titled "Enable Android Apps to run upon your Chromebook." It appeared in a developer build of a operating system (version 51) as well as allowed other Reddit users to follow a educational (shown above) upon how to set things up before closing upon them. On closer inspection, a Chromium code includes a couple of references to a feature, many notably:
<message name="IDSARCOPTINDIALOGDESCRIPTION" desc="Description of a opt-in dialog for Android apps.">
Choose from over a million apps as well as games upon Google Play to install as well as use upon your <ph name="DEVICETYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph>.
The appearance of a setting doesn't come as much of a surprise given that Google has spent a past couple of years bringing Android as well as Chrome OS closer together. At a end of 2015, the Wall Street Journal reported that a company would combine a dual operating systems as early as this year. If today's news is anything to go by, Google may simply confederate a utilitarian features from each OS instead.
With Google I/O less than a month away, it's highly likely that Google will hold off confirming its plans for Android as well as Chrome OS. We've contacted a company for comment as well as will refurbish a article should we hear back.
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