Google has just announced that the Chrome Web Store has been a success thus far since it’s initial launch. Speaking just a few minutes ago, Google Product manager mentioned that since the launch of the Web Store, Google can report that users are now spending twice as much in App within the USA.
It’s safe to say the Chrome Web Store is ready for the deployment of the Chrome Operating System – whether it be via netbook purchase or netbook lease. The Chrome Web Store saw torrid 85% user growth from Jan-11 to end of Feb-11. As April-11 winds to a close, user growth has slowed to about 4% from Mar-11. For the …
Back in January, the Mac App Store was beaming over having 1000 apps available and over 1 million downloads in a month. At that time, we compared the one month performance of the Chrome Web Store to it’s Mac rival.
We’ve heard a lot of reports about the launch of the Apple App Store and it’s percieved success but we haven’t heard as much about Google’s Web Store. Well, with the help of Chrome OS Apps we are able to bring you an in-depth look at how the Chrome Web Store has faired so far.
Doesn’t fate have a funny way of coming back to bite you where it hurts? Well it seems like Jolicloud has suffered that fate, already. Just over a week after Google released the Chrome OS Beta and the Chrome Web Store, the French company has gone ahead and ported their operating system into the Web Store using an HTML5 powered Web Application.
So, it has been over a week since Google announced the Chrome Web Store. We’ve even written a guide on what we believe are the 10 best Web Applications thus far. Even so, a quick perusal of the Chrome OS forums reveals that not everyone is particularly knowledgeable as to what the Web Store is and how it works. We’ve had individuals who have never used the Chrome Browser and have recently received the CR-48 Chrome Notebook and have no clue what the difference between a Web App and Chrome extension is.
We can well and truly say that year 2011 will be ‘the year of web applications’ (powered by Chrome and Chrome OS of course). Apple changed everything when they first introduced their IOS for the IPhone and their Ipods. More-so, with the entry of the Ipad it seems like ‘Apps’ now make the world go round; but you can have an app for anything, but you can’t run your app on anything. That’s the big problem!
A few days ago Google unveiled their new Web Store during their much anticipated Chrome Event. Already, there have been hundreds of thousands of App installs since the store was opened just two days ago. It seems like Google has really hit a niche in the market and the soon release of Chrome OS is likely to further boost the development of even more web application.
After a long struggle, Google has finally released the Chrome Web Store. It has taken months and a number of delays but it has finally happened. The store has been released to complement the outing of the Chrome OS beta. Even so Apps in the Web store won’t only work with Chrome OS but will also work with Google TV and the Chrome browser.
The long awaited Google Chrome Operating System will be released in October this year. The Operating system which Google announced last year has ever since been ducking and diving the media spotlight. Even so, it now seems that as the release of Chrome OS draws closer, many are begining to re-evaluate the operating system’s possible impact on the netbook and tablet market.
As most of you developers already know, Google released their developer preview of the Chrome Web store a few weeks ago. Already a lot of people in Google’s Chromium OS Dev channel have been jostling for the opportunity to try out their Web Apps in the Web Store.
Google has finally released their Web Store for developers to begin uploading their web applications in preparation for the store’s final launch this October.