How-to video: Google's Chrome Notebook features built-in app store
Brief synopsis: Google's Chrome notebook is built for accessing the Internet in seconds, bypassing the need for a computer's operating system to load programs that a user does not want. Chrome notebook comes with the Chrome Web Store built in, providing many applications that teachers and students can access.
Benefits: The Chrome App Store contains many applications that teachers can use daily in the k-12 classroom. Applications are categorized for easy location and the App Store has a user-friendly home screen that contains Featured and Popular apps, along with Top Extensions and Top Themes. The Chrome App Store also contains many games, both educational and recreational. The App Store is very easy to use.
Drawbacks: Some of the applications have fees and must be installed, if you do not have a Chrome notebook computer.
Conclusion: The how-to video above demonstrates Chrome Apps and how they function on the Chrome notebook.