a computer application
I've been testing a couple of these apps on my iPad, using them to remotely control Windows PCs and Macs at my home and office.
If checking-in isn't compelling to most people, then why do so many apps still make it a central to their user experience?
He said it is too early to say that apps are any more effective at getting children ahead.
The language is still being developed so I don't want anyone trying to ship apps with it yet.
Even if it wouldn't fly to give users the ability to remove the apps altogether, how about at least letting us hide them from the launcher?
Here's what I can say: Most of the user experience in Chrome OS apps still seems to be unpolished.
Do you know of any other similar apps that can be used to manipulate the PC in this way?
A fresh instance of Chrome will open, ready to be customized with its own set of apps, bookmarks, extensions, and other settings.
It still seems a bit far fetched in 2009, yet there are apps that are beginning to make it a reality.
Play around with a bunch of your newly installed jailbreak apps and see if you see a huge drop in the amount of memory used.