I guess you know how to install an Android application on your Chromebook, but you are confused about how you can manage the installed application on your Chromebook. Then you are at the right place.
Here we will discuss how to manage Android apps on Chromebook. If you are looking for a guide on; how to install Android apps on your Chromebook. Then follow the linked guide.
How to Manage Your Android Apps on Chromebook
If you want to uninstall Android apps and manage notifications and permissions. Then, to manage your installed Android apps, follow the steps mentioned below:
Step 1: On your Chromebook, open “Settings.” For that, click the “Quick Settings Panel” in the lower right corner of your screen. Then click on the gear icon to open the settings.
Step 2: The settings window will appear. Select the “App” tab on the left of your screen. Then from the right of your screen select the “Manage your apps” option.
Step 3: Here, you will get a list of Android apps installed on your Chromebook. Select the app you want to manage from the list.
Step 4: For instance, I want to manage the YouTube application. I will select it. In the next window, I will find all the options to manage notifications and permissions of the app.
Step 5: If you want to uninstall the Android app, click on the “Uninstall” button. The option will remove the app from your Chromebook.
Note:- You can also uninstall the app from the Google Play Store. Click on the profile icon and Go to “Manage apps and device.” From here, you can also update Android apps.
That’s it; this is how you can manage installed Android apps on your Chromebook. You can also check out our Chromebook troubleshooting guide if you are new to Chromebook and Chrome OS. I hope this Chromebook guide was helpful to you. If you liked the article, share it with your friends. If you have some suggestions or doubts, do not hesitate to leave them in the comments section. We are always there to assist you.