Chrome OS will now be able to run android based applications in the background
The Chrome OS will now be able to run the android based applications in the background. The Google Company is likely to unveil a recent update for the Chrome OS which will facilitate the users to run the Android based applications smoothly in the background. Well this is the feature which is currently being missing on OS platform. It creates issues for the heavy multi taskers who are working on the desktop. The Chrome 64 is actually the latest version of the web browser which is being offered by the Google Company.
It will no longer be a novelty to run android apps on Chrome book anymore
This feature is known as the Android Parallel Tasks which is currently being tested with in the Chrome-64 Beta channel. It will be making its way to the public version of the Chrome OS in the near future but nothing has been clear out exactly when it is going to happen. So it will no longer be a novelty to run the android apps on the chrome book anymore. At present, most of these apps pause when you are switching away from them but this is not what you expect on a system which has the multi window interface. But now, they will be far more functional than what you have ever imagined. The Chrome OS 64 Beta is introducing the Android Parallel Tasks which will be letting the Android apps to run at the full bore irrespective of what a user is doing. A user can watch a video in his mobile app and at the same time may surf the internet too or he/she can even take a break without jarring the transitions.
The Chrome OS 64 will now be enabling Parallel Apps which are known to run in the background
Although there is not any guarantee that this android Parallel Tasks will be able to reach the stable Chrome OS 64 .This is quite a big leap towards making the android fully integrated with the chrome operating system. The Chrome OS 64 will now be enabling the Parallel Apps which are known to run in the background. This will continue to run side by side even when the user will not be currently using any of them.
This feature presently is currently available in chrome Beta only
It will be working in the same manner like you would have expected the applications to work on the desktop UI.Well the Chrome Unboxed was itself the first one to determine this feature which is known as the android parallel tasks within the Chrome Operating system-64. With the help of this feature, the android apps would be able to run at its full eager despite what the user is doing. This feature presently is currently available in chrome Beta only. There is no guarantee when it will be arriving on the stable channel.