It's always been a little puzzling why Google had two operating systems, Android and Chrome OS. Over time, Google seems to have realized that itself, and is bringing the two closer and closer together.

Today, Google took the wraps off some new features coming to Chrome devices that will make them more like Android than ever before.

At a media event meant to spotlight Google's dirt-cheap Chrome hardware, including the Asus Flip tablet/laptop combo and the Chromebit computer-on-a-stick, Google Chrome user interface chief Josh Anderson was also on hand to show off some of the changes coming to the operating system.

"We're rethinking our [user interface] for portable devices," said Anderson.

We already knew that Google was working with developers like Vine, DuoLingo, and Evernote to get their Android apps up-and-running on Chromebooks, but we have our first glimpse of how that's going to work.
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