Chrome webstore will be offline in February 2019.
According to Google’s blog, it will be available for download through the web store as a way of providing a convenient way to find apps, books and music for your desktop, phone and tablet.
The news comes after several weeks of speculation about the fate of the Chrome web browser, which is still running a beta version of the web browser.
The beta release was supposed to be completed earlier this year, but the company has decided to delay the end of the beta until February 2019, according to Google.
The website also explains that the beta release will continue to work until the end-of-life date for Chrome in 2019.
Google said that it plans to make a permanent fix to the browser in February, but that it’s still too soon to make the final changes.
It also announced plans to add new Chrome web stores to the Google Play store.
The Chrome webstores will be based on a beta of Chrome in 2018, and the company says that they will offer more apps, more books and more music than the official Chrome web browsers.