Remember that Chrome OS even existed? Well, Google wanted to have Android apps running on it in the near feature but has never happened yet. That should’ve happed a long time ago, but lack of this feature forces users to run Chrome web based apps instead.
A company by the name of Jide just made the dream come true. I always wanted a native Android desktop without having to buy one of those Android PCs which basically runs full tablet mode or using Nox emulator in the long run because half a dozen apps from the Play Store won’t install on Nox and neither of those made for touchscreen support.
Remix OS took Android in a whole new level by making Android apps run if they are a native desktop application on your PC, a bit like what Microsoft does with universal apps on Windows Phone. This isn’t just a tablet mode, you can even run mobile application on it and has file manager and everything you’d expect from a traditional Windows PC – also widget support. The OS will be available for free download on January 12th.