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Google gives Chrome OS Apps a shutdown date, Ars Technica


    

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Chrome OS’s homegrown app platform is going away, but there are lots of other options.

      

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**************************************The “App.” “section of the Chrome Web Store. Chrome’s Packaged Apps have been a dead platform for a while now, after a2017 announcementthat the “App” section of Chrome’s Web store would be pulled from Windows, Mac, and Linux, leaving Chrome OS as the only supported OS.Today, Google announced that the last supported platform, Chrome OS, is losing access to Chrome apps, too, along with dates to strip the app feature out of Chrome’s code base. Google writes it “will begin phasing out support for Chrome Apps across all operating systems as follows:”****************

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