Android is now officially the most popular and widely used operating system but despite that Google had a new operating system in the pipeline. Last year, Google announced its latest Fuchsia OS with an aim to replace Android with it. Though Google hasn’t given away much related to the replacement of Android, however, in the meantime, you can pull out the interface of Fuchsia OS termed as Armadillo and can install it on your Android device. It is due to the efforts of Kyle Bradshaw that you can now have the glimpse of Fuchsia OS. Here, we will help you install Google Fuchsia OS on Android devices.
Before you jump off to the installation sections, let’s discuss a thing or two related to the interface of Fuchsia OS. The new interface brings the card-style design which enables you to split the screens and use multiple apps. According to Google, the new Fuchsia OS will be compatible with all the devices including smartphones, tablets and PC/Laptops. Fuchsia OS is based on Magenta Kernel, however, it is expected that it will be cross-platform.
At first, it looks like as if Google is going to drop Android after Nougat but with the Android O update it seems, Fuchsia OS will be a long time project. In the meantime, you can enjoy the Fuchsia OS on your Android devices. The interface, Armadillo has been built into apk by Kyle. Therefore, you can easily install Google Fuchsia OS on Android devices.
Install Google Fuchsia OS on Android Devices
- Head over to the link and download the Armadillo apk file.
- Install the apk file on your Android device.
- That’s it.
Note that this is only the interface portion of Fuchsia OS which is in the development stage. Let us know in the comments what you think of Fuchsia OS.