Running Android Apps on Chrome OS

Did you know that you can run Android apps on Chrome OS? Android is no longer the only OS that can run Android apps natively.

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  1. On my Android phone, I can cast the YouTube app to my TV and regardless of where I click a YouTube link, whether it's in a Web browser or an email app, it will automatically play on my YouTube app that's connected to my TV, so will automatically play on my TV.

    I can't do this in Windows. I can cast a browser tab to my TV, but any link outside of that tab won't play on my TV.

    Can I do this on a Chromebook?

  2. i thought this walked me through installing them without the google play store, as im using cloudready on a Lenovo N20P, unfortunately this isnt very helpful for me

  3. So I got a chromebook and it only has Android. But nothing else on it, this limits the apps I can get and use. For example Roblox plays how it would on a phone rather than as a computer. Is there a way to counter this or make it a "normal" computer

  4. Do you need Android device before you can download apps on your chromebook laptop? I only have a iPhone . It won’t let me download anything as it says I need a device first. I have chromebook laptop.

  5. Too bad you can't increase the don't size for Android apps in chrome os. The s small size makes them almost unusable without a magnifying glass.

  6. I have to go to the browser to look for the google play app and when i try to install the app it only let's me download the stuff to my phone and not the chromebook

  7. I don't have the google play, it only shows up google play music and google play book but not the main one why? I thought i was gonna see all my phone apps on my chromebook 14, I'm only seeing certain apps.

  8. Hi I have a question ,hope someone can answer . I like bright pic screens ,my Chromebook seems to looks little dull ,is there a way to make the screen look brighter than the max brightness setting ?

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