Users can get access to the Google Play Store if they have the latest developer version of the Chrome OS.
Google has rolled out a new update for the Chrome OS that brings Android app support to four Chromebook models. The line-up includes Dell Chromebook 13, HP 13, Samsung Chromebook 3, and ASUS C301SA.
Users can get access to the Google Play Store if they have the latest developer version of the Chrome OS. There is a possibility that the new update contains bugs or other rough edges when it comes to full app support.
Google announced the idea of running Android apps during Google I/O developer conference in May this year. Since then, the company has been rolling out the beta versions on its Chrome OS developer channel.
While some models have access to Android apps running stable version of the Chrome OS, it seems the specified Chromebooks require the latest developer version to get full Android app support.