Chrome OS is the operating system used on Chromebooks. It supports the Google Play Store and Android applications. Unity deploys to Chrome OS by building Android applications. However, because Chrome OS runs on Chromebooks, Unity must also support features such as windowing and various input devices.
Use the following information to develop, build, and publish an application for Chrome OS.
|Chrome OS requirements and compatibility||Contains the requirements, feature compatibility, and known issues to be aware of before you start developing applications for Chrome OS.|
|Getting started with Chrome OS||Explains how to set up a Unity project for Chrome OS and choose the appropriate Player SettingsSettings that let you set various player-specific options for the final game built by Unity. More info
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|Developing for Chrome OS||Explains how to develop and debug applications for Chrome OS, and support various input devices and specify windowing options.|
|Building Your Application for Chrome OS||Explains how to build and publish your Chrome OS application.|