“A few months ago we announced Chrome Apps which bring the best of productivity, games and more to your desktop. Starting today, you can access these apps on any computer with Chrome, including Mac. Check them out in the ‘For your desktop’ collection in the Chrome Web Store,” Trent Apted and Jack Hou, self-professed “Mac devotees,” blog for Google.
“Chrome Apps work offline, update automatically and sync to any computer where you’re signed into Chrome, so you can pick up where you left off. Your Chrome Apps on Mac behave and feel just like native software. For example, you can find your Chrome Apps in the Applications folder on the Dock. Search for apps by name in the Spotlight search — just like any other Mac program that you already use,” Apted and Hou blog. “To make it even faster to find and launch your favorite Chrome Apps, we’re also releasing the Chrome App Launcher for Mac. Just download a new Chrome App and you’ll see the Chrome App Launcher in your Dock.”
Read more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: You know, Google, we’d be much more amenable to giving your stuff a try if you hadn’t ripped off Apple’s iPhone.
So, we’ll pass. Thanks, but no thanks.