Google released the Google+ Photos native app for Chromebook Pixel as promised (and shown off) during Google I/O 2013. But the good news is, it can be installed on any Chromebook! ( Thank you OMG Chrome!) Since this is a native app, it works offline by default. Here is the official description: “Google+ Photos lets […]
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Chromebooks are simple and easy to use computers running Chrome OS, an operating system built and managed by Google. This is a futuristic platform, allowing you to get things done easy, fast and secure on the cloud.
I was super excited the first time I found a new Chromebook’s code name in the chromium source and blogged about it. But chromebook boards spotting has become very common these days. Google seems to be testing a lot of boards these days and not all of them make it to a real Chromebook. But […]
There is a bit of hope for Chromebook fans in India. I was going through Chromium code base as usual, with my morning coffee and found the change in the code. in: add “mtnl.net” APN for MTNL <apn value=”mtnl.net”> 5318 » » » » <usage type=”internet”/> 5319 » » » » <name>Delhi (3G Prepaid / […]
How do I update Chrome OS, is a question asked by most of the new Chromebook users. It is normal, because most of them come from Windows, OS X or Linux, and all of them push updates here and there. Some update when they feel like, and others maintain regular update cycles. Chrome OS has […]
Another question asked by new Chromebook owners. Can I use iTunes on my Chromebook? How do I install iTunes on Chrome OS? Short answer? NO. Long answer? Nooooooooooooooooooooo (saw that on a Verge article, cool uh?) Your Chromebook cannot run traditional software. Chrome OS runs web apps and packaged apps. So you cannot use iTunes […]