How do I install the new Lego block programming software on a chromebook? We have the standard version, but want the new one that looks like Scratch.

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Can you just install Scratch? MIT supports EV3 directly

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    Agree with @rschulz, Scratch has a Chromebook EV3 version.
    – JW8
    Dec 18, 2020 at 0:51

The new Scratch-based software from LEGO Education is called EV3 Classroom.

The link on the LEGO Education EV3 downloads page for Chromebooks takes you to the EV3 Classroom app at the Google Play Store. So it seems that you will need a Chromebook capable of running Android apps in order to use it.

As of this writing, the equivalent retail version of the software doesn't seem to be available yet on platforms other than macOS.

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