By Aldo Panessidi
Google helpfully added badges to its Chrome Web Store so you could tell if an app offers offline functionality, and now Google has made the search even easier with an offline section in the Chrome Web Store.
Go to the "Collections" part of the store, and find the "Offline Apps" section. Lots of the titles will be familiar - Angry Birds, Google Calendar, Google Docs and Offline Google Mail. Those will be alongside selections like Nitro for task management, NYTimes for news and Space Invaders for those needing a nostalgia rush.
Developers aren’t being left out of the improvements. Google announced the availability of the Chrome Web Store in Turkey, Ukraine, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Morocco and the United Arab Emirates. All developers can use new analytics tools to view their titles’ performance trends over the past 90 days. This one isn’t surprising. Google does know data.