Chrome Packaged Apps with Android powers
Google is making everything easy for dedicated users and the thing that hold to it is that on Monday (8th July 2013) they announced a new back-end support for its Chrome Packaged Apps in a Chrome Dev update. This is already really cool because firstly there is something more and next is that it is Google.
The Chrome which now has multiple Android powers includes In App Payments API which is built on Google Wallet; the Native Messaging API so that Chrome apps can communicate with native apps; a Media Gallery API for accessing stored multimedia which includes access from iTunes; a Bluetooth 4.0 based API that will let the Web apps connect to Low Energy health-tracking devices which is also said profoundly by Google and an Analytics API for monitoring app user data. The last would be the Identity API for authentication purposes.
Waiting is not an option anyone and hence you can start getting ready by downloading the Chrome for Android from the link below and get access to all other Chrome powers immediately.