While the app is known as Andromium OS, it’s not really an os. It’s an app that you can obtain and set up on most mobile phones and tablets operating Android 4.4.2 or later (although the designers suggest a system with a Snapdragon 800 or quicker processor and at least 2GB of RAM).
Now it is in beta version and available free for a short time as part of its community try out, “Andromium OS changes your Android operating system into a completely efficient laptop or computer by linking your system to a TV/monitor, key-board and laptop or computer mouse.” Once you start Andromium, your mobile screen will transform into a Windows-like desktop, demanding you to double-click on applications to be able to run them.
Discussing of regular Android applications, you can open them from within Andromium OS. Just tap on the start menu and select Supported Apps or Untested apps to perspective a record of applications you can try. They’ll open in full-screen view, but you’ll see an Andromium toolbar at the top of the window that functions an X symbol you can tap to shut the app (or a maximize button which allows you perspective the app in full-screen view as if it had not been open from Andromium OS).
Each of these applications opens in a window that you drag and drop, minimize, or close. You can also minimize and maximize the web browser and the file explorer to enjoy the full Windows like experience. Andromium OS is a cool app to turn Android into Windows like desktop.
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