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One of the biggest downsides of owning a Chromebook is the platform’s current lack of applications. This is why everyone is so excited over Chromebooks getting access to Android apps, but Google has already mentioned older Chromebooks will be out of the loop.

How can we find out if our Chrome OS devices are compatible with the Google Play Store? Thankfully, it didn’t take long for Google to create a list of supported Chromebooks. Let’s go through it and see if you will be able to enjoy Android apps soon.

Acer

  • Chromebook 11 C740
  • Chromebook 11 CB3-111 / C730 / CB3-131
  • Chromebook 14 CB3-431
  • Chromebook 14 for Work
  • Chromebook 15 CB5-571 / C910
  • Chromebook 15 CB3-531
  • Chromebox CXI2
  • Chromebase 24

ASUS

  • Chromebook C200
  • Chromebook C201
  • Chromebook C202SA
  • Chromebook C300SA
  • Chromebook C300
  • Chromebox CN62
  • Chromebit CS10

AOpen

  • Chromebox Commercial
  • Chromebase Commercial 22″

Bobicus

  • Chromebook 11

CDI

  • eduGear Chromebook K Series
  • eduGear Chromebook M Series
  • eduGear Chromebook R Series

CTL

  • Chromebook J2 / J4
  • N6 Education Chromebook
  • J5 Convertible Chromebook

Dell

  • Chromebook 11 3120
  • Chromebook 13 7310

Edxis

  • Chromebook
  • Education Chromebook

Google

  • Chromebook Pixel (2015)

Haier

  • Chromebook 11
  • Chromebook 11e
  • Chromebook 11 G2

Hexa

  • Chromebook Pi

HiSense

  • Chromebook 11

Lava

  • Xolo Chromebook

HP

  • Chromebook 11 G3 / G4 / G4 EE
  • Chromebook 14 G4
  • Chromebook 13

Lenovo

  • 100S Chromebook
  • N20 / N20P Chromebook
  • N21 Chromebook
  • ThinkCentre Chromebox
  • ThinkPad 11e Chromebook
  • N22 Chromebook
  • Thinkpad 13 Chromebook
  • Thinkpad 11e Chromebook Gen 3

Medion

  • Akoya S2013
  • Chromebook S2015

M&A

  • Chromebook

NComputing

  • Chromebook CX100

Nexian

  • Chromebook 11.6″

PCMerge

  • Chromebook PCM-116E

Poin2

  • Chromebook 11

Samsung

  • Chromebook 2 11″ – XE500C12
  • Chromebook 3

Sector 5

  • E1 Rugged Chromebook

Senkatel

  • C1101 Chromebook

Toshiba

  • Chromebook 2
  • Chromebook 2 (2015)

True IDC

  • Chromebook 11

Viglen

  • Chromebook 11
See also:
Google’s video shows how Android apps run on Chromebooks

Google’s video shows how Android apps run on Chromebooks

June 6, 2016

The Google Play Store should be rolling out to all supported devices later this Fall, but some of those using their Chromebooks on developer mode are already getting access to Android apps. Is your Chromebook in the list? If not, are you thinking of upgrading, or can you live without Android apps?

Edgar Cervantes
Edgar Cervantes has over 5 years of experience in tech journalism. Exploring the latest gadgets and constantly studying the industry are part of is daily drive. Regardless of what he is working on, you can be sure he is always trying his best to bring you the best content. He will be dead honest and will bend to nothing.