Google is Developing ChromeOS with MORE Android Features

| Updated on 14 June 2024

Google has announced that it will be integrating more Android features into its ChromeOS, with a focus on AI. However, the changes to the ChromeOS will take some time to appear. 

Google is planning to change the ChromeOS under the hood by borrowing technology from Android to power the best Chromebooks with new AI features.

In a new Chromium blog, Prajakta Gudadhe and Alexander Kuscher, the directors of engineering and product management for ChromeOS, shared their plans on how they are going to implement Google’s AI feature to Chromebooks. Their strategy is to bake in the key Android features into ChromeOS. This approach is meant to bring faster AI capabilities to ChromeOS as soon as possible. 

They’ve even detailed which Android parts will be coming to ChromeOS. They will be adopting the Linux kernel and its frameworks. With this move, the company believes that it will simplify the process of how Chromebooks, mobile devices, and accessories work together. 

They also want to assure the users that the process of integrating Linux kernel and its frameworks with ChromeOS will go without a hitch. They are guaranteeing a steady rollout of the new features. The biggest plan of Google is to bring more updates with new features more often that have a bigger impact. 

In theory, merging Android and ChromeOS kernels is a great idea but we’ll have to see how it works in the real world. This could create a more seamless experience for users across both platforms.

Alap Naik Desai

Tech Journalist

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