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Google survey asks what Android apps you’d like to see on Chrome OS

During the Google I/O keynote it was revealed that Google intends to bring select Android apps to Chrome OS. Now Google is conducting a survey of sorts asking what apps you'd like to see make the jump.
June 27, 2014

During the Google I/O keynote, it was revealed that Chrome OS will soon have the ability to run select Android apps. During the keynote Google showed off Evernote, Vine and Flipboard but this is only the beginning. While the entire Google Play store isn’t likely to show up on Chrome OS anytime soon, Google is interested in bringing more apps to Chrome OS in the future. Even better, they want our input as to which apps they should target.

Right now Google has a survey page up that allows you to enter the Google Play app URL. The purpose is to better gauge what apps Chrome OS users are most interested in. Google also seems to be gauging developer interest as well, as it asks you if you are the developer of the app you suggested. If so, the survey asks for your developer email address.

Anyhow, if you’re at all interested in helping shape the future of Android apps on Chrome, you’ll want to head over to Google’s survey page and submit the app you’d most like to see on Chrome OS.