There is a list of criticisms I could make about Chrome OS, but which I will simply skip for the moment.
I recently bought a new Chromebook.
I have an important piece of information – and praise – about Chrome OS. Its version of the Chrome Web browser – which is simply referred to as ‘Chrome’ – is capable of doing everything that full, desktop Web browsers can do, including, to install extensions from the Chrome Web store. This differs obviously from what the Chrome browser under Android did, which was only a small fraction of that.
Because of this, it’s unnecessary to install numerous Android apps, that just used to be front-ends of sorts, for services that were already available from Web-sites. Four apps which I did not need to install because I was just able to point Chrome to the relevant site, bookmark each site, and log in, are:
- Amazon Prime Video
- Cineplex Store
And I’m writing this, even though there exist reports that the Android Netflix app runs fine under Chrome OS.
I’m sure my list will grow.