For users that use Chrome Apps on Chromebook and other devices, Google will be ending support for Chrome Apps. Google will continue to support Chrome Extensions.
If you are an app developer and have any Chrome apps that may need migration, see the Chrome Apps migration site.
See the table below for the timeline:
|March 2020||Chrome Web Store will stop accepting new public Chrome apps. Developers will be able to update existing Chrome apps through June 2022.|
Enterprise administrators may continue to submit new private and unlisted Chrome apps to the Chrome Web Store.
|June 2021||General support for Chrome Apps on Windows, Mac, and Linux will end in June 2021. Organizations will be able to use a policy setting to extend support on Windows, Mac, and Linux through June 2022. |
General support for Chrome Apps on Chrome OS will remain enabled till June 2022 without requiring any policy setting.
|June 2022||Chrome Web Store will stop accepting new and updated private and unlisted Chrome apps.|
End support for Chrome Apps, NaCl, PNaCl, and PPAPI for all platforms.