A new report states that the company's two popular operating systems will converge into a single product within two years from now. Will users benefit from this?
Love Android? Love the Chrome OS? Soon you may not have to hesitate, and you will receive both under a single shell.
A new report in the Wall Street Journal apparently confirms the move that almost every technology enthusiast has predicted in recent years - the two operating systems of Google On their way to becoming a single large system, perhaps already in 2017.
For Google, such a move feels very logical. The consolidation of development will enable long-term resource savings, and because both systems are already agnostic and capable of operating both on x86 architecture processors and on architectures ARM Without special problems this step should also be relatively simple to implement.
Google will also be able to use the well-known Android and Chrome brands together in any combination, and will further boost the popularity of the range of products based on the unified system, from smartphones to multimedia systems in vehicles, Mobile And stationary.
Will the users be talking about a positive course as well? Right now we feel the answer is 'yes'. Chrome OS fans will probably be happy to have access to some of the countless applications available for the Android platform, while Android users can enjoy the browser cloud Which feels like an even more logical solution to products that enjoy data communications at any given moment, and not just when connecting to networks Wi-Fi Like most of the modern chromium appliances.