After being tested since May this year, Google has finally made its Chrome Apps available for Mac. Google Chrome Apps was first introduced for Windows and Chromebook users in September. For its Mac iteration, Google Chrome Apps works like your usual native Mac apps. It also works offline, enabling the automatic updating and syncing of apps across any platforms where you use Google Chrome.
According to Google:
Chrome Apps work offline, update automatically and sync to any computer where you’re signed into Chrome, so you can pick up where you left off. Your Chrome Apps on Mac behave and feel just like native software. For example, you can find your Chrome Apps in the Applications folder on the Dock. Search for apps by name in the Spotlight search—just like any other Mac program that you already use.
Additionally, Google Chrome Apps works with the Google Chrome App Launcher. This is automatically installed to your Mac as soon as you download and install the Google Chrome App. The Google Chrome App Launcher collects all the Chrome Apps you’ve downloaded and installed and allows you to easily access them via the Mac’s app dock.
By default, there are couple of Google apps already contained in the Google App Launcher: Google Play Store, Feedly, Chrome, Pop It, Entanglement, and Amazon Cloud Reader.
You can check out Google Chrome Apps via the “for your desktop” collection in the Google Chrome Web Store.
Via [Google Chrome Blog]