Arc Welder Chrome Extension

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Basically what you need to do is download APK files for the apps you want to install, prepare them with ARC Welder, then load them as “unpacked extensions” in Google Chrome. More specifically.

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in Chrome. We’re big fans of this idea. Now it’s getting easier with the release of ARC Welder.

Following a test run on Chrome OS in September.

To do so, users can download ARC Welder from the Google Play store as well as the respective Android APK (Android application package) file.

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Once ARC Welder is installed on your Chromebook.

And if for some reason, the app doesn’t appear there you can go to the Extensions page in Chrome OS — where you turned on Developer Mode.

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The tool released by Google, called the ARC Welder, helps to integrate Google Play Services that some.

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by choosing to download a ZIP in ARC Welder, extracting its contents, and enabling extension developer mode to load the folder.

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To be exact, Mountain View has released an app/browser extension called ARC Welder that packages Android APKs into applications.