A few months ago, I was able to get my favorite Android app running on Chrome OS.
Today, Google released a new version of the Google Developer Edition browser app called Firefox Developer.
The new version is also available in beta and supports the Chrome Web Store, so you can test it out.
Here’s a quick rundown of the new version: Firefox Developer is the first of its kind to run on Google’s new Android app platform, the Chrome platform.
Unlike other Google apps, Firefox Developer uses a different, non-Google runtime, and it’s much faster.
This means it’s easier to run and easier to maintain, and its performance is better.
You can test the app on the Google Play Store.
For developers, the new app is a great way to start out building apps.
This app is not the only developer edition browser app out there, but it is a lot easier to get started with.
It’s also available on the Play Store for a limited time, but the developer preview has not been released yet.
The new version also supports Firefox Developer’s Web store, so developers can buy and install apps and have them ready to download when they want to build for the Google platform.
The big advantage of Firefox Developer over other developer editions on the platform is that it’s a standalone product.
You don’t need to buy a separate app, install it, and then go through the hassle of managing a developer edition.
It does, however, require you to register with Google and sign up for developer accounts.
This may sound like a big deal, but developers have to pay for the premium services and they have to wait for their apps to be approved before they can use the app.
If you’re building a new app, you can also install the app from the Chrome store directly from the Developer Edition launcher.
This is a nice way to make sure you have the latest version before you deploy it to the Google web store.
There’s also a developer preview available now, so don’t delay.
For more info, check out this Google Developer blog post: Google is adding a bunch of new developer tools, like Web Developer, to the Chrome Developer Edition for developers.
They’ll allow you to test out the new Chrome OS version before it goes live, which will give you more time to test and fix any issues before it ships.