Google is bringing out its Chrome App Launcher from developer preview. The app will benefit Windows users and make things easy for them.
It was in its development phases up until the present moment. But as of now, Google's Chrome App Launcher is available for Windows users who can fully utilize it for their purposes. On a personal computer, the app may be affixed on the front page, tool bar and desktop as per your preference.
This counts for Windows 8 and Windows 7 too (at least for its menu startup). From that point onwards it is plain sailing. The path smoothly and efficiently leads to Chrome and the store that goes by the selfsame name. Gmail and a host of apps that operate in synch with Google’s browsing capacity and OS are there to stimulate your senses too.
Released for the first time in February, today the App Launcher has reached its full-fledged form. However, there’s some bad news for those possessing Mac OS X and Linux systems. They will have to wait a while before the app comes to their devices too. But the staff at Google is hard-working and conscientious, so the job will be done in no time. Google’s Chrome
Chrome App Launcher is the latest in a series of kaleidoscopic changes that keep coming up time after time in the technology of today. In fact, it should be termed the technology of the future. With built-in obsolescence being a major characteristic of the computer revolution, the new models and services arrive before the old ones have been shed of their usability.