Sunday morning Google confirmed on its official Google Chrome page on Google+ that there are “no plans to support extensions or apps at this time” on Chrome for Android. This came in response to a recent Q&A, in which Chrome fans can ask Google anything they want, and Google picks one question to answer each week.

Google went on to say, “However, you can enjoy responsive, mobile web apps on Chrome for Android thanks to the support of many HTML5 features, which you can read more about here: http://goo.gl/41Wc1.”

Interestingly enough, this is a direct contradiction to a previous Q&A Chrome Developers video, in which Pete Lepage specifically confirms that Google is working on implementing a system in which Chrome apps could run across multiple OSes, including Windows, Mac, Chrome OS, Android, and iOS. (Scroll ahead to 37:10 in this video dated November 19.)

It is unclear whether or not this statement on Google+ cancels the previous statement from that video (Google is well-known for abandoning projects, after all). It’s also possible that Lepage was referring to certain kinds of web apps based on HTML5, which are in fact distinct from extensions or certain packaged apps.

In any case, hopefully we’ll get some clarification soon.

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