The introduction of Chrome OS saw many people having their doubts about the operating systems, but it seems to have held up quite well. Many people today are now buying chromebooks for their personal use. More good news is that you will soon be able to run all the Android apps on your chromebook since Play Store is coming to Chrome OS. This was announced during the Google I/O developer conference a few days ago.
It is quite clear that Google has been working on the project for a while now. The aim was to help people to fully experience the benefits of running Android apps on the Chrome OS. The project will be using a different technology to make the whole experience better.
People were worried about performance issues when they had to use emulators for run the apps. The new technology will help with eliminating such uses. The Chrome OS and Android are expected to run on the same kernel and resource. Google further added up that the apps will be running in a protected mode to ensure security.
The Play Store is not however rolling out today, but you will have to wait for a few weeks. The project is estimated to start around June. You can still wait for a few weeks and end up enjoying the features of the all new Play Store on Chrome OS.