The company announced today that it’s adding the ability to control devices through an app, called Android Cloud.
You can use it to quickly and easily manage devices on your computer, tablet, or smartphone, and control them from anywhere in the home or in the office.
The new Cloud feature is a big deal because it means you can get devices back on their feet when they get lost or damaged.
The Android Cloud app is a Google Chrome extension that comes pre-installed on Android devices and works across all Google Chrome OS platforms.
The Cloud service can control and manage all of your devices.
It will work on Chrome OS, Android devices running Chrome OS or Chrome for Android, Chrome OS devices running Android Studio, and all of Chrome OS’ third-party extensions.
Android Cloud works on Windows and Mac OS X, too.
There are also plans to support other Android devices like Windows Phones, Chromebooks, and Chromebooks running Android N.
The Cloud service is available for Chrome OS and Chrome for Chrome devices, but it’s currently only available on Windows devices.
Chrome OS is a Windows operating system that runs on a wide variety of hardware, including Chromebooks and Android phones.
Google is hoping to bring the Cloud to other platforms soon.
Chrome for Windows is currently available on a limited number of devices in the U.S., but it was recently pulled from the Windows Store due to an ongoing investigation into security vulnerabilities.
Google will be working with third-parties to provide updates for Chrome for Google Chrome to make it available to other devices in other countries.
The company said it will work with device manufacturers to make the Cloud available to all users.
“We’re excited to bring Android Cloud to all of you, and hope you enjoy using it on your Android device as much as we do,” Chrome CEO Adam Mosseri said in a blog post.
“Chrome OS and Android Cloud are two very different operating systems, and they’re both built on the same core principles of privacy, security, and convenience.
As Google continues to innovate, we’ll continue to support the Android platform for developers, and we look forward to continuing to add to the Cloud service.”