This is probably the only Android for Work review on the internet! All the pieces finally launched about a week or two ago so I signed up for Google Apps and got it running. It's a pretty neat solution for business people that are currently stuck carrying a work and personal phone.
Here's one new feature rolling next week among many on the latest Beta Channel: the Chrome Launcher 2.0.
This new launcher is the best way to start new activities on Chrome OS, like performing a Google search or launching apps. It's fast, simple, and helps you get things done. Search has been enhanced to help you find what you are looking for faster, apps you most often use right have been put at your fingertips, and the power of Google Now has been brought to your Chromebook.
Have a look at https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!category-topic/chromebook-central/discuss-chrome-os/beta/dH45keXOy5Q to see all the other cool features in the Chrome OS Beta Channel.
- Polls for ADN - Clean and beautiful tool for surveying App.net users
- I/O Stream - Google+ posts from Google I/O 2012 attendees
- TwitterOAuth - The most popular PHP library for working with Twitter's OAuth API
- GitHub Anywhere - Add Twitter Anywhere style follow buttons for GitHub accounts to any website
- Intersect API - Find common friends, follower between two Twitter accounts
- OmniTweet - Minimalist Twitter client for Google Chrome
- Timely for Chrome - Adds Timely.is buttons to twitter.com
- Squared for Google+ - Tired of Google+ circles? Turn them into squares instead!
- Search+ - Instantly search Google+ from Google Chrome's URL bar
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