Finally, Google Play Store arrives on Chrome OS stable channel

Finally, some good news for Chromebook users, who’ll now access the Google Play Store on their Chromebook, the wait is finally over after nearly five months.




The wait for Google Play Store on Chromebook, was started from May. When Google announced in the I/O Developer Conference; they will bring support for Android apps on Chromebook. And finally, the Google Play Store has rolled out to the stable channel.


Google rolling out the update, version 53.0.2785.129. But this will not get to all Chromebook users, as the Play Store update become available for the users of Acer Chromebook R11 and Asus Chromebook Flip. Unfortunately, there is no word for the Google Pixel (2015) users.


The new build also includes bug fixes and security updates as well as improved features. If you are the user of the above mentioned Chromebook. Then head ‘About Chromebook OS‘ and check for the update.


If you have updated to the latest build, then share your thoughts about the Play Store on Chromebook on our social media networks.


Note: Even the build is in stable channel, but still it is in the beta. And after updating to the latest version, you have to enable the Play Store in Chrome settings.


If you don’t know how to switch channel, then head to this link.


Also check out our article on Google rename Now on Tap to ‘Screen Search’, and Now Cards to ‘Feed’. And many other interesting news and tips & tricks on our website.


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