Google: Chrome Apps are Coming to iOS and Android

Today Google has released a toolset which allows developers to port their Chrome apps to iOS and Android. Developers can access an early developer preview of Apache Cordova, an open source platform for building native mobile apps with HTML, CSS, and Javascript.

We provide a simple developer workflow for packaging a Chrome App natively for mobile platforms. You can run your Chrome App on a device or emulator using the command-line or an IDE. Alternatively, you can use the Chrome Apps Developer Tool to run your app on an Android device without the need to install an IDE or the mobile platform’s SDK.


Even though developers have gained access to a preview of Apache Cordova, consumer ready apps likely won't be seen soon.

[via The Chromium Blog]

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