Google Arts & Culture For Chromebook

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Operating System: Chromebook, Windows, Mac, Linux

Application Category: Education

Price: Free

Rating: 4.68627 stars based on 133874 reviews

Google Arts & Culture

Google Arts & Culture Chromebook App Download

Download Google Arts & Culture For Chromebook

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2015-12-01
  • Current Version: 9.2.37
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 156.74 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 15.0 or later.
  • Developer: Google LLC

How To Download Google Arts & Culture On Chromebook

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Are you curious about what Van Gogh’s Starry Night looks like up close? Have you ever toured the ancient Maya temples or met the inspirational figures of Black history? Do you want to learn about Japan’s unique food culture or incredible Indian railways? Google Arts & Culture puts the treasures, stories and knowledge of over 2,000 cultural institutions from 80 countries at your fingertips. From the suffragettes who fought for women’s rights, to performing arts at the Paris Opera, to NASA’s archive of stunning images, discover stories about our cultural heritage. It’s your doorway to explore the art, history, people and wonders of our world. Highlights: • Art Transfer – Take a photo and transform it with classic artworks • Art Selfie – Discover portraits that look like you • Color Palette – Find art by using the colors of your photo • Art Projector – See how artworks look in real size • Pocket Gallery – Wander through immersive galleries and get up close to art • Art Camera – Explore high-definition artworks • 360° videos – Experience culture in 360 degrees • Virtual reality tours – Step inside world-class museums • Street View – Tour famous sites and landmarks • Explore by time and color – Travel through time and see the rainbow through art • Art Recogniser – Point your device camera at artworks to learn more about them, even when offline (at select museums only) More features: • Exhibits – Take guided tours curated by experts • Favorites – Save and group your favorite artworks into galleries to share with friends or students • Nearby – Find museums and exhibitions near you • Notifications – Subscribe to receive weekly highlights or favorite content updates • Translate – Use the translate button to read about exhibits from around the world in your language Permissions notice: • Location: used to recommend cultural sites and events based on your current location • Camera: used to recognize artworks and provide related information about them



  • Does not always work on ipad

    By Sea Snag
    Does not let me scroll through articles. Today it’s not working well with the extinct birds. Has wrong description for bird I am viewing. Description belongs to previously viewed bird. Also stays on same view when I try to scroll. App support won’t let me in to report this!
  • poor search and content organization

    By eittaf
    it is unbelievable how poor the search is in a google app of all things! if i try to search for “van Dongen”, in results, i won’t see Kees van Dongen’s page at all! you have to type the name in full and without errors, like it’s 1998 and the organization of information is very disappointing. the first thing i saw today when i downloaded and opened this app is a crossword. not a picture/statue/whatever of the day, but a crossword. because, i guess, that’s what people interested in art are really looking for, right?
  • Doesn’t work anymore

    By OliviaWilderTimes
    Since my iPad most recent updates, try as I may (yes, permissions granted, etc) I can no longer access my camera roll photos in the Art Transfer. Only a camera appears,and nothing else. Thanks, Google. Used to be great
  • Slow and lacking, but has hidden potential

    By dyllisphiller
    Unfortunately, even on new devices, the app is slow. It has the hallmarks of being a Web site inside an app wrapper: slow on current devices, poor navigation, and frustrating inconsistencies. It's difficult to skim articles or to share specific sections of long articles because they are presented as slides rather than pages. Artifact pages don't link directly to the articles that have context about them, nor do they have that context in the artifact's description. It seems to lack works from artists within the last century. Google has plenty of money to license these works if need be, assuming it does not fall under fair use in the first place. Some art from important figures is absent, including, e.g., many of Robert Mapplethorpe's works. There doesn't seem to be a way to suggest art to add to the collection. There doesn't seem to be a way for artists to contribute their work, either. There is much potential here if Google would make a native application using the look and feel of iOS (rather than shoehorning their own UI language onto it) and vastly increase the size of their collection.
  • Intriguing cultural foray

    By cfarley9
    I like that this app exists. It piques my interests and my limited understanding (so far…) in the visual arts.
  • Has room for improvement

    By amoung us player123456789
    This app is amazing, but… it does need some fixer-uppers. For example, it needs a back button for not only the street view tours. Also needs more availability to certain activities, like 360 view. There needs to be more museums. A LOT of landmarks, but only 3 museums for certain pieces of art. Other than that, great app!
  • Bugs, no way to report them

    By Kathy the Scribbler
    I’m having trouble viewing the AR material, as there are two persistent windows—the initial explanatory one and the one about turning on sound that says “got it?”—on top that won’t go away. Also, scrolling down in galleries covers up text. There’s no place to report these. The two places it looks like should work do not. Maybe this was messed up in the last update; I only downloaded the app yesterday, so I don’t know whether it worked right before. What I have been able to see is beautiful.
  • Bad update?

    By Maester Pycelle
    Please correct me if I’m wrong, but as far as I can tell there’s no more explore feature where a user can choose mediums, artists, time periods, etc., to organize and sift through pieces. It seems that the two buttons at bottom left from the Home Screen simply now both lead to newsfeeds/curated content that a user can just scroll through. Where is the function to filter works to parameters now located? I’m not referring to the search bar to look for particular pieces or artists, but the ability to discover new works and artists according to user-set parameters
  • Format of the site CANNOT TYPE IN MY REVIEW,!!!??

    By Johntenn
    YouYou changed
  • Missing a lot

    By lknkk
    This app would be great, if it had more. If you are looking for something in particular chances are they don’t have it. A lot of the stuff on here is impressionistic and abstract, doesn’t have any classical art. Not everyone wants to see starry night blown up in your face. Also the way the app works is very weird, if you click return it brings you back to the home page. If you look something up you get a bunch of random stuff like old photos of random people, why?