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Google Developer Tool Lets You Release Android Apps on Various Platforms with Ease



/ 2 years ago

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You might not have heard of it, but Google had a so-called App Runtime Chrome for developers to release Android apps on multiple platforms. However, the development app was restricted to just a handful of Google’s most trusted developers up until now.

The previous ARC project allowed Android apps to run on Chrome OS, but now the company has made a new Chrome app packer and released it to all developers, having the ability to now run their Android apps on Windows, Mac and Linux, as well as Chrome OS.

ARC-Welder

The new development app named ARC Welder looks to be a Chrome app that handles the mobile-to-desktop conversion in just a few clicks using only the app’s APK file. In addition, Google seems to now include Google Play Services along with the app, a service necessary for apps using OAuth2, Google Cloud Messaging, Google+ sign-in and other company services.

The new ARC does not include all Play Services though, having some apps that require in-app purchasing fail to run or crash. Nevertheless, this looks to be a big step for Google since it now can compete with its Android apps against Microsoft’s unified Windows 10 OS.

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