One more example of the convergence that Google is developing is precisely the tutorial that we are going to see today, and that is that now We can install Android applications in Google Chrome, regardless of whether we use Windows, Linux or Mac.
Obviously we cannot expect application performance to be spectacular, ARChon is developing. Games with very demanding graphics or very heavy applications may not be able to be emulated correctly, we must know the limitations.
Installing ARChon on Chrome
You will need to have the latest version of Google Chrome installed on your computer, download ARChon and unzip the file wherever you want. It's about 100MB so be patient while downloading the file, this is just a modification of runtime which allows you to install Android apps in ChromeOS.
Once the file is decompressed, in Google Chome, go to Tools> Extensions and activate the Developer modeclick on Load decompressed extension … and select the folder where you unzipped the file in the previous step.