Chrome OS 71, the latest update for the operating system, is rolling out now.
- It brings a fully working “Better Together” function, which is all about Chromebook/phone synergy.
- There are also some Pixel Slate-specific features and some Linux improvements.
If you own a compatible Chromebook or Chromebox, the latest version of Chrome OS is rolling out now. Chrome OS 71 brings with it a bevy of new features, including the long-awaited “Better Together” functionality.
Better Together is all about synergy between your Chromebook and your smartphone. Since this is Google we’re talking about, the best features are reserved for Google hardware like the Google Pixel Slate and the Google Pixel 3. However, even those of you out there with non-Google hardware can benefit from Better Together.
Read more in the full article: Android Authority
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