Jide Technology, founded by three ex-Google engineers, announced their plan to make Remix OS, the productivity-focused version of Android.

By downloading and using Remix OS, anyone with an Intel or AMD-based device can experience the Android Lolliop operating system on a desktop. Users can also have complete access to all the apps in the Google Play Store, without any need for coding or repurchasing favorite apps.

“The public release of Remix OS, based on Android-x86, is something that we’ve been working towards since we founded Jide Technology in 2014. All of us are driven by the goal of making computing a more accessible experience.” David Ko, C0-Founder of Jide Technology explained.

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Eva Yoo is Shanghai-based tech writer. Reach her at evayoo@technode.com