Chromebooks might be relatively low-powered devices, but the cheap laptops are dominating the entry-level part of the industry.

However, there's one serious knock against them: a lack of major apps and games built for Chrome OS.

You will get hands on help from our friendly engineers on how to optimize your Android app for Chromebooks."

Last year, Google released the ARC Welder extension that allowed developers to run and test their apps in Chrome across platforms, but it only worked with a limited number of apps.

However, last month, some users of the newest version of Chrome OS in the Developer Channel briefly saw the option to enable Android apps, and were greeted by a screen saying they'd have access to the Play Store as seen above .

Google didn't exactly deny the report, saying it planned to "bring together the best of both operating systems" while reassuring users that Chrome OS wasn't disappearing.

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