During Google’s I/O that happened some a few months ago, Google expressed its love to have android apps run on PC. Today, it has come to pass when the company launched 4 Android app on its Chromebook’s store. These apps include the note taking app Evernote, Twitter’s video clip app Vine, the children’s reading skills improvement app Sight Words and the language learning app Duolingo. These are the very first apps that Google used to test its quest, still promises more apps on Chrome in the near future. “These first apps are the result of a project called the App Runtime for Chrome (Beta), which we announced earlier this summer at Google I/O. Over the coming months, we’ll be working with a select group of Android developers to add more of your favorite apps so you’ll have a more seamless experience across your Android phone and Chromebook.” The above statement clearly indicates that Google is not opening the floodgates and loading a full Play Store with every Chromebook, but plans to do so manually allowing only specific apps. It’s a great feeling to use your favorite Android app on your laptop which has large display. But if there should be a challenge, is when your large screen is not touchscreen responsive, I wonder what would be your reaction about it. We’d love to hear what your take on Google’s move. You can submit us a comment, share your views and please let us know your best Android apps you long to find on Chrome Store. Thanks in advance!