Even more Chromebooks now offer Google Play support, allowing users to enjoy all their favorite Android apps and games. The total number of supported models now exceeds 100, but you’ll need to register for beta releases of Chrome OS in most cases.
The latest notebooks added to the list are models made by Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, Lenovo, and Samsung. There are too many to mention here, but to find out exactly which models are now supported, follow the source link below to Google’s official list. The latest additions are those that have “Beta Channel” in the “Status” column.
That means you’ll need to install a beta version of Chrome OS in order to access Google Play right away. It will likely be several weeks or even months before the Play Store is available in a stable release for these devices. The good news is, it’s incredibly easy to enable beta updates, and the process doesn’t take too long if you have speedy internet.
To switch, you’ll need to locate the “About Chrome OS” menu…
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