If you’re an Asus Flip owner, chances are you’ve switched your device to the Dev channel, and downloaded a few Android apps. I myself have an Asus Flip in my possession (temporarily) and have had a pretty pleasant experience so far with running Android apps.
One thing many people have expressed concern about is whether or not they would have control over app permissions like they would on a traditional Android device. The good news is, we do have that control!
And it’s pretty easy too. Simply right-click (two finger tap) on an Android app icon, and select App Info, and then select Permissions.
Voila! If you’re already familiar with Android you’ll feel right at home here.
It’s worth mentioning that you also have access to some other typical Android settings, by going to your regular Chrome settings (click on your avatar in the bottom-right, and click Settings) and navigating to the small Android apps section. Here you have the ability to toggle Android apps on/off, and a link to Android Settings. Click that link to open the familiar Android settings app.
That’s it, I hope you found this useful. Do you have any other Android apps for Chromebook related tips? Please share them with us!