Chrome OS has had native Android app support for some time now, allowing you to run a wide range of Android apps on the big screen of your Chrome OS machine. And soon, it will let you open apps installed on your smartphone on your Chromebook.
Well-known Android tipster and former XDA Editor-in-chief, Mishaal Rahman, has spotted evidence of a new feature coming soon to Chrome OS. As per Mishaal, this new feature will let users conveniently launch apps installed on their phones directly on their Chromebooks. As you can see in the screenshot attached below, the feature will be part of Phone Hub and accessible from under Settings > Phone Hub. The feature description mentions that it will allow you to “temporarily use your phone apps right from your Chromebook.”
Image credit: Mishaal Rahman
Coming soon: Launching apps from your phone on Chromebooks. When you receive a notification on your phone that’s forwarded to your Chromebook, you can click on it on the PC to launch it in a window…