Android apps on Chrome OS have greatly improved since their debut earlier in 2017. It increases the handiness of Chrome OS compared to the likes of Windows and macOS.
But there’s been one thing that made Android apps on Chrome OS feel incomplete and that is the inability to keep them running in the background. You can have a number of apps on your screen simultaneously, but just one is active at a time. It can be very frustrating for those who wish to multitask. But now you dont have to face this problem anymore.
A new feature in the Chrome OS beta channel on Chrome 64 gives you the power to run multiple Android apps at once. Called Android Parallel Tasks, this is a great improvement and one that users have been waiting for long.