Chrome operating system has had Android applications for a while, and as such has Android Nougat operating as a subsystem inside Chrome OS. And now, when Nougat is 2 years old at this point, the firm is restoring it will be Android 9.0 Pie instead of Android 8.0 Oreo. Android Pie has a lot of expanded features and enhancements within its layers for Chromebooks to enjoy. And while the media update for Chromebooks to have Pie has a lot to disclose about just what the Chrome OS team will be taking benefit of, there are a few modifications that are quite obvious in the new edition.
The interface of the Settings application on the new release (as shown media reports) is quite akin to what you would see on Android phones or tablets and, honestly, has a lot more dead space as compared to earlier version. Users are not thrilled, but hopefully, before it arrived in Stable or Beta versions, Settings can renovate itself to a menu that looks like Android but take benefit of the increased real estate by Chromebook.
On a similar note, earlier VMware, the global provider of cloud services, extended its joint venture with Google to pace up the acceptance of Chromebooks. With the help of its “Workspace ONE” platform that combines managing of an endpoint for IT, VMware will allow safe and sound authentications of applications on a single click for organizations installing these laptops.
“VMware has been operational with Google ever since 2015 to provide safe and sound Android applications and devices, most lately with superior sustainability for Android Enterprise,” claimed Senior Vice President of VMware, Sumit Dhawan, to the media.
“From Windows to mobile apps, this joint venture with VMware and the amalgamation with VMware Workspace One will permit our users to securely and simply install applications on devices running on Chrome OS,” claimed Director of Product Management for Chrome OS of Google, Rajen Sheth.