How To Run Android Apps In Chrome Browser Using Google ARC
Run Android Apps In Chrome Browser Using Google ARC
Now Google lets you run your Android apps in Chrome with its ARC Welder app. They recently released the beta version of ARC (The App Runtime for Chrome), so it is possible that you will be finding bugs in the app for some time and there is no guarantee that the apps will work properly in it.
Although they released the ARC Welder to run your android apps in chrome but it’s not that easy to install the apps directly from the Play Store. You have to use third party sources to download the APK files for the apps as Google ARC is not developed to that extent. The developers have to still test many apps in this before saying it a true replacement of Android emulator or an Android Phone.
Steps to run android apps in Chrome browser
First you need to download and install the latest Chrome browser.
Now sign in to your google account and head to the Web store and download ARC Welder.
Now download the APK of the Android app you wish to run in your Chrome Browser with any third party sources. There are so many websites from where you can download APK of your favorite Android app like APKMirror or APKLeecher.
Now launch the ARC Welder app from top left corner of your browser (Apps).
You can only load one app at a time. It is a beta version, so it is possible that you will be finding bugs in the app for some time and there is no guarantee that the apps will work properly for everyone.
ARC Welder app includes Google Play Services, including Auth (OAuth2), Google cloud messaging, Google+ sign-in, Maps Location and Ads. But some Play services features like back camera, in-app purchases, orientation of phone are still missing from the ARC Welder.