The video conference is a weird piece of today’s business world—it’s more convenient and green than travelling for work, and it feels closer than a phone call—but the tech still has its drawbacks.
In early September, Google announced a new project called Apps Runtime for Chrome, which will gradually add Android apps to the Chrome Web Store, beginning with Vine, Duolingo, Evernote, and Sightwords. These were joined on October 9th by CloudMagic, Onefootball, and Podcast Addict.
After showing off several Android apps running on a Chromebook at Google I/O, Google has finally released four Android apps that also work on Chromebooks. Update: as of October 9th, three more apps have been migrated to the store: OneFootball, Podcastaddict, and CloudMagic.
Newmind Group just got our new batch of Asus Transformers, and I decided that in lieu of a conventional review, I’d move all of my work to the device for 48 hours, and see how the TF103C fared as a stand-in for my primary computer.