Google has been working tirelessly on two different operating systems in the mobile market. The first is Android, the significantly more popular platform best known for its inclusion on smartphones and tablets.
The alternative operating system is Google Chrome, the offshoot of the company’s web browser that’s been loaded into several laptops known as “Chromebooks.”
For years, Google fans have complained that the company was creating two different ecosystems that would have difficulty ever co-existing. Whereas Apple has created an ecosystem that’s consistent across all devices, Google has been pushing fragmented versions of the Android