From 9to5Google:

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Google’s putting a lot of energy behind its packaged apps these days as the company continues to push Chromebook to the masses. Now, it appears that the company is building a toolkit to help developers create similar style Chrome apps for both Android and iOS.

The discovery of this future project comes via a GitHub repository that Michael Mocny, a software developer at Google is currently working on. Included in the depository is documentation that places more light on what the company is working on…packaging Chrome apps for Windows, OS X, Linux and Chrome OS are only the beginning. 

See more at 9to5Google. 

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2 Responses to “Google to add Chrome app support for iOS, Android with beta access coming in January”

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