Friday, July 08, 2016
"I've been using the ASUS Chromebook Flip, which is the "official" testing device for the version of Chrome and Play store support, for a few weeks now. While sometimes I get frustrated at the Dev channel — Android app support is still in the experimental phase — when it comes to the Android side things work a whole lot better than I expected. You still see critical bugs and crashes from time to time, but for the most part, Android apps just install with one click and run as expected. Plenty of apps can't take advantage of the bigger screen, and the Flip lacks things like a Hall sensor or a gyroscope so some features just won't work. There is still some work to be done by both the Chrome team and the Android team, but I certainly think the end-result is going to be a winner. And I think it's going to be a better experience than a tablet for a whole lot of us."
Does the Play Store on Chromebooks make Android tablets obsolete? | Android Central