Google has updated its list of devices with access to the Google Play marketplace to include all Chromebooks releasing in 2017.
The company first announced that certain Chromebook devices would support Android apps in May 2016. The support has now been expanded to all upcoming Chrome OS-powered laptops.
Chromebooks are lightweight laptops built for cloud-based professional computing, sacrificing high-end hardware in favour of a cheap, lightweight notebook solution.
There are currently three Chromebooks that support Android apps:
- Asus Chromebook Flip
- Acer Chromebook R11/C738T
- Google Chromebook Pixel
Google said many current Chromebooks are also expected to gain support for the Google Play store in the future.