Google Chrome packaged apps might be coming to Android and iOS soon.
Google already hinted the possibility of bringing Chrome apps into the Windows PC. But according to The Next Web, Chrome packaged apps might be arriving sooner than expected on Android and iOS mobile platforms.
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The claim stems from a documentation on GitHub that highlights a toolkit that will presumably allow developers to make hybrid Android and iOS apps with Chrome app polyfills or plugins via Apache Cordova. The documentation also reveals that the apps might be published on Google Play and on the App Store.
The Next Web also spotted what appears to be a confirmation on Google Groups, where a Google developer named Joe Marini said that a beta version could be out in January next year. Google has declined to comment on the report.
Source: The Next Web