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The rollout, which begins today, includes a few small tweaks, including the option to enable developer mode on Chrome OS devices, a new notification area for Chrome apps and new app icons.

Android apps can now be installed on Chromebooks with developer mode enabled.

In addition, Android apps will now show up in Chrome apps settings, and Google’s app store will now display an app icon for apps that aren’t already available on ChromeOS.

Users who choose developer mode will be able to install Chrome apps on their own devices without the need to switch to developer mode.

They can also install Chrome OS applications on devices that aren.

Chrome OS apps will also now show in Chrome app settings and the app store when Chrome OS’ native apps are installed, rather than in the “Apps” menu.

This is a welcome change, because it means that users can now install Chrome applications on their Chrome OS Chromebooks without worrying about their own installation process.

Google’s Chrome apps are also available on devices from companies like Microsoft, Acer, Lenovo, and Lenovo Thinkpads.

Google is also rolling out a couple of updates to Chrome OS.

The first of which is the Android SDK, which will make it easier for developers to build apps for Android.

The SDK is available for free to anyone who preorders a Chromebook Pixel, Pixel XL, or Pixel 2 and will be automatically applied to all devices on launch day.

The SDK will also be made available to developers.

Chromebooks are also getting Android support on their displays.

Android TV devices, including Google Chromeboxes, will also have the Android Runtime on launch.

Google also announced plans to make it even easier for Android developers to make apps for the Chromebook.

The company is also working with Google Play Services to make Android apps available to Chrome on Chromebooth.

Charts and graphs in Google Chrome can now display on the Pixel, Google’s most recent flagship Chromebook.