Google spent the last few years developing, investing in, and perfecting two primary operating systems. Chrome OS and Android run on billions of devices across the world and their popularity is rapidly spreading. Discovered in 2016, Google is officially creating a third operating system, Fuchsia.
Over the past couple months, Google has been refining Chrome OS and adding some welcome features to it. The latest findings are that Google is working on an entirely revamped launcher for Chrome OS—one built for touch.
Chrome OS, the browser-based computer operating system, is finally getting a native night mode. Night mode, also known as a blue-light filter, helps your eyes and sleep, particularly when using your device at night or before bed, by giving your screen a yellow or red tint.
As an ardent fan of Google, its products and services, and of course its partners, I was ecstatic to see the Alphabet branch team up with Samsung to create and release a new and arguably amazing laptop-tablet hybrid earlier this year—the Samsung Chromebook Plus. Not only does this attractive piece of hardware run Chrome OS, it also has the native ability to download and install virtually any Android app from the Google Play Store.