Android Apps For Mac, Windows, and Chrome OS.

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    Android developers will soon be able to add support to their apps for Windows, Mac, and Chrome OS thanks to a new tool. The new tool uses ARC (Android Runtime for Chrome). Initially ARC was only available for some developers to add support for the apps within the Chrome browser. The tool is now available to all so we should really start to see compatibility for non Android devices grow.

    I can think of quite a few reasons I would want to be able to run android apps on my PC or Mac. Probably the number one reason would be having the ability to play Clash Of Clans from my computer. It would be nice to have the bigger screen while also not having my fingers taking up screen real estate while playing. This is a pretty exciting idea.

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    Was playing with that the other day. Its a step in the right direction in bringing chrome and android closer.
     
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    it seems its been removed from the chrome webstore.
    should I get it, its to play my Android games on a wider screen
     
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