The Google Chrome OS mobile operating system is in beta testing.
According to Google, the beta testing is for testing purposes only and not intended to be used for the production version of the Chrome OS.
“We are not interested in releasing an official production version,” said Google in a blog post.
“Beta testing is a valuable tool for us and will allow us to learn more about how our users use Chrome OS and how we can make it even better.”
Chrome OS is a cross-platform, open-source operating system designed to allow the development of apps for phones, tablets and computers.
It has a wide range of hardware, including the Snapdragon S4 processor, which can run Android apps.
The Chrome OS platform is also supported by a range of other software, including Linux and Windows.
The beta testing will continue through August.
Google is notifying users about the availability of the beta, but it is not clear when they will be able to test their device or if they will need to download updates.
Android OS Google’s Chrome OS software is available to download on a variety of platforms.
Google’s OS is built on top of Android, which is a Linux-based operating system that runs on a number of devices, including phones, laptops and computers, according to the company.
Google has partnered with various companies to make its OS available to customers, but has not announced how many devices are running it.
Google announced the beta in April, but said it had no plans to make the operating system officially available for the public.
“Chrome OS is available for everyone and is designed for mobile devices, so you can enjoy all the best features of Chrome OS on your most popular Android devices,” the company said in a statement at the time.
“If you’re still not convinced, Google is still working on a way to make this available for all Android devices, but that’s not an official feature yet.”
Google has not said when it plans to release the beta version of Chrome for Android to the public, although it has said it will do so in “early 2019.”