Google Play Store now available for (some) Chromebooks on stable channel

The Google Play Store is now available on some Chrome OS-powered Chromebooks.

Lack of good productivity and recreational apps has always been off-putting for many users, who has deliberated about using a Chromebook in the past. Once you've updated to version 53.0.2785.129 (make sure to switch back to the stable channel if you aren't already on it), you'll have to enable the Play Store in Chrome Settings.

Google had confirmed on its release page that the recent stable channel updated release was as of now meant only for the Asus Chromebook Flip and for the Acer Chromebook R11.

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As Google had promised, it has finally brought the Google Play Store to its Chrome OS with the latest update. These three laptops, alongside the HP Chromebox CB1 and Acer C7 Chromebook, did not receive the last stable channel update. According to reports, the Google Play Store BETA version is now limited for devices such as Acer R11 and Asus Flip and can be enabled by heading to the Settings page. It also mentioned that the beta release of Play Store is now out for Asus and Acer Chromebooks, and will soon to be coming for Google Pixel Chromebook as well. Well, the wait is now finally over as the Play Store and its multitude of data and media content is now available on Chromebooks running the latest stable build. You just need to go to the Google Play Store and line up the app. Earlier in June, Google Play had made it to the Dev channel of Google Chrome OS and in August, it made its way to the Beta channel.

  • Douglas Reid