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Google Chrome Apps Support for Android and iOS is Coming Soon

12.05.2013
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There is a lot of talk lately (really a lot, here and here, and the first one, here) about the toolkit Google is creating to allow developers to port their Chrome apps to Android and iOS. Chrome apps are built with HTML/CSS and JavaScript, and the ports will be made possible through the use of Apache Cordova. There's still no official confirmation from Google, but signs are pointing to a release as early as January 2014.

Another big clue comes from this talk at PhoneGap Day 2013 from Michal Mocny, a software engineer at Google, in which he basically explains the whole idea: