Google Bringing Chrome Apps to iOS and Android

Google today launched Chrome apps for iOS and Android, which will see Chrome-based apps encased in a native application shell that allows them to be distributed through the Apple App Store and Google Play. Currently, Chrome- packaged apps are written in JavaScript, HTML, and CSS, but are able to launch outside the browser, access APIs and work offline.

I feel like this should just be called "yet another cross platform mobile solution." I'd like to say this will be crisp, feel native, actually work, or gain traction. Google owning or pushing products/technologies used to mean something. Open social? Reader? I've lost faith in them over the past few years. (And this blog's original name was gPowered) Time will tell but the "best" option IMO is still Titanium. I say that with finger quotes because they all suck.