The Future of Offline
Below a video showing the Google I/O website being added to the dock, and fully functioning when offline. This is exactly what I always thought offline functionality should be in Chrome OS (I love the web, and its responsiveness, and I honestly hate Chrome Apps and being locked into an ecosystem). Luckily it seems like the power behind the Google I/O website is going to be part of other Google services in the near future. Now, what if all Google services are available when Offline in Chrome the same way, letting you access to for example:
-Gmail: the last 100 emails received.
-Youtube: the last 20 videos you watched.
-Play Music: the last 100 hundred songs you listened to.
-Photos: the last 100 hundred pictures you took.
While keeping the same interface, like the I/O's website does. Perhaps, not necessarily the latest 100, but more options, depending on how much you want to keep offline. That way, in most cases, we would not need to worry about syncing anything, since we know that many of the latest files we've used will be offline automatically.
Perhaps Google is getting rid of Google+ photos chrome app
, and replacing it with the website
because of this I'm talking about.
I'm just envisioning, I hope this come true. #chromeos #chromebook #google #offline