One of the advantages that Chromebooks offer is the ability to run many of your favorite Android apps alongside Chrome OS windows. For the most part, any Chromebook that was launched on or after 2019 will run Android apps; if you’ve got an older system, Google has a long list of the Chromebooks that can run Android apps, but it’s not difficult to see if yours is one of them by doing the following:

Go to Settings (click on the clock in the lower-right corner and select the gear icon).
Click on the Apps link in the left-hand menu.

Click on the Apps link in the Settings menu.

In the main window, look for Google Play Store. (It should be near the top.) If it’s there and invites you to Install apps and games from Google…

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