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ChromeOS is quite successful in schools, and is essentially for "netbooks": small laptops.
But it can now also run some Android apps.
Android is running Chrome browser as an app.
They both run on Linux. So it is a big mix.
Google Pixel is running ChromeOS, it is a laptop
Google Pixel C is running on Android OS, it is a hybrid tablet with attachable keyboard
Android is for Apps, Chrome is for Web.
Web sites are increasingly running as "SPAs" (Single Page Apps) in web browser,
getting data from "cloud" web server APIs, and often can be "wrapped" to run as mobile apps.
So next "convergence" of web and mobile are web apps that can run as mobile.
Could this be long awaited "Web 3.0?"
Obviously this is already (almost) reality with Cordova/PhoneGap,
and is available on Windows, iOS, Android...
as well as server side JSON service "APIs"...