Chrome users on PC, Mac or Linux, you may have already visited the Chrome Web Store, a platform dedicated to downloading Google browser add-ons. With a Store upgrade, Google is introducing a feature that can tell if an extension has an Android app using a visual cue.
To discover this novelty, simply go to the Chrome Web Store and open the Android section hidden at the top of the page. From there, it is then possible to have an overview of the Chrome extensions that exist in the form of Android applications. You can also use the search and come across an extension with an Android application that you may not have known existed. It is certainly not a revolution, but it helps to improve the user experience while strengthening the convergence of platforms.
The Android section is accessible at the top of the page.
By clicking on the icon, you will be redirected to the new page listing Android compatible extensions.
By opening one of them, you will always have visibility on all the information relating to the extension with the ratings, comments, type of game, number of downloads, presentation, details, similar article and now an Android callsign with a direct link to Google play.
To test these new features, go to the Android section of the Chrome Web Store.