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Google has promised earlier that Android apps will find its way to Chrome OS in time, and they have finally arrived.

Google has announced that the first Android apps have arrived to Chrome Web Store.

It is known that Vine and Evernote were on the initial transition list, but still no Flipboard in sight.

Instead of that, Chrome OS users have received Duolingo’s startup app for language learning and SightWords, tool that allows kids to identify and recognize words.

Even though number of four apps still doesn’t looks like something to be excited about, this is just the start, and Google claims that they will attract more developers that will port their apps via App Runtime for Chrome in the following months.

Although things have moved a bit, we still shouldn’t be expecting total invasion of Android apps.

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