Recently Google has launched its latest packaged of apps, dubbed “chrome Apps”, for the Mac, making the good promises from September when it kicked off testing.
Three weeks ago, Google has released the chrome 31 for OSX, now supports Chrome apps, Google souped-up, cross platform web apps that are much closer to natural software, the kind written for a specific operating system, like windows or OS X. Chrome apps can work on the off mode and call on various Google APIs and services lined to traditional based apps.
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Chrome apps is written in HTML5, JavaScript  and CSS, its look like the simple application since they run in a bare bones frame minus any browser as like address bar.
Recently In the month of September Google has previewed the chrome apps and associated app launch for the Mac in the early develop of its browser, but they said that they are going to switch on the functionality in the stable version.
On the September chrome 29, window has chrome app support with initially support going back as far as February.  Yet the Chrome apps are not supporting the Linux version.
From the day of the conference of the June 2012, Google is been forcing to construct the packaged app strategy, experts have viewed the move as an attempt to challenge rivals’ operating system by using the latest chrome browser as a Trojan horse.
Chrome apps roots extend to chrome OS, the browser based operating system is increasing the number of computer developers, or OEMs, have used specialized chrome-book notebook lines. For example On Wednesday Dell has announced its chrome-book and will sell the 11 inch laptop in less than $300 to educational buyers.
Chrome OS and the spin-off Chrome Apps have a tough row to hoe, analysts have said.
 Patrick Moor-head Principal analyst with Moor visions and strategy said on yesterday, to go the user mainstream, Google needs to completely add off line feasibility to chrome OS.
Last month, Google tried to remedy the inventory issue with its first Chrome Dev Summit, a two-day developers conference that featured sessions on creating traditional Web apps and packaged apps, accessing APIs, and optimizing app performance.
Chrome 31 for OSX is now available to download from the Google’s website which includes the chrome apps support.
WeatherBug, one of a handful of available Chrome Apps, looks and behaves much like a “native” application on OS X.