android apps

  1. froggyboy604

    Microsoft Reveals Robust Requirements for Android Apps in Windows 11

    Microsoft’s new support page for Android app functionality says you need at least 8GB of RAM, but 16GB is recommended. 16GB is pretty standard for high-end office machines and baseline gaming, but plenty of PCs still come with 8GB. Solid State Drive (SSD) needed for Android apps. On the Intel...
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    Soon some mobile web apps will act like native Android apps

    Now Google is rolling out a new implementation of that feature which will allow some web app websites to work more like native Android apps. Among other things, that means they’ll show up in the app drawer among other places. First, a website will need to be what’s called a “Progressive Web...
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    Chromebooks Launched In 2017 Onwards Will Support Android Apps

    Google’s Chromium Projects website stated, “All Chromebooks launching in 2017 and after as well as the Chromebooks listed below will work with Android apps in the coming future.” They also posted a bunch of different models from a variety of OEMs such as Acer, ASUS, HP, and Lenovo, just to name...
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    Google Chrome OS now stable enough for Android apps, but on select PCs only

    The time has finally come when Google has released a new stable version of Chrome OS that offers access to the entire Play Store library. It seems the update is limited to two of the latest Chromebook models, specifically the Asus Chromebook Flip and the Acer Chromebook R11. If you happen to...
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    Shashlik lets you run Android apps in Linux desktop Operating System like Ubuntu

    Shashlik is an open source project that takes a slightly different approach. Instead of turning Android into a desktop-style operating system, Shashlik aims to let you run Android apps as if they were native Linux apps. In other words, you’d be able to run apps like Angry Birds and even...