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I'm looking at getting my first Chromebook as kind of a replacement for an aging Android tablet, but with a keyboard and to be used as a Chromebook. Looking at a 2in1, convertible, flip model. They tend to have 16gb memory and I'm wondering if that's enough to store Android apps? I tend to keep a lot of music apps, like lessons, recording, mixing, etc. 32gb hard drives are hard to find and I don't know if should wait until they become more prevalent or get a 16gb hard drive?
 

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Note some early used Chromebooks cannot run Android apps because their version of ChromeOS does not update sufficiently. The same applies to regular PCs converted to run flavours of ChromeOS.

One annoying feature of ChromeOS is that apps installed by one user cannot be exposed to other users of the same device. Each user need to install their own copy of each app. For Chrome extensions that is probably a good thing. For Chrome apps it raises an eyebrow. For Android apps its a look of horror and disappointment!
 
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