Smoothly using Android apps on Chrome OS has been a work in swell for years now. Google has finished a lot to urge the knowledge of using mobile apps on its browser-based handling system, and it appears a stirring module refurbish could fix one of the remaining problems. A report by Chrome Unboxed sum a new underline in Chrome 64 beta called Android Parallel Tasks that lets Android apps run invariably in the credentials even when you’re actively using another program.
Chrome OS has always allowed users to have mixed programs open at one time, including Chrome OS and Android applications. However, Android apps postponement when you click or daub out of their windows. That means the app radically stops operative until you daub back into it to continue using the program. There are some exceptions like Spotify, which will continue to play music even when you’re not actively using the app, but other programs postponement all activity until you resume using them.
While this creates clarity for smartphone apps, it doesn’t translate good to a desktop. On a normal PC, one expects to be means to open mixed programs and have them all using continuously, no matter which one is being used at any given moment. Chromebooks, like Google’s costly Pixelbook, couldn’t do that with Android apps, but it appears Android Parallel Tasks fixes that issue. Each program or app that you have open will run invariably until you manually postponement it or close it entirely.
Chrome OS 64 is still in beta, so it’s misleading when Android Parallel Tasks will come to the handling complement as a finished feature. Sometimes beta facilities don’t make it into the central refurbish at all, but given the underline is in high direct and appears to work good in practice, hopefully Google will embody it in the final chronicle of Chrome OS 64.