Microsoft Azure For Chromebook

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Download Microsoft Azure app on your chrome device & browser. Read The Guideline To install & Use Microsoft Azure On Chrome Device

Operating System: Chromebook, Windows, Mac, Linux

Application Category: Business

Price: Free

Rating: 4.79197 stars based on 2067 reviews

Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure Chromebook App Download

Download Microsoft Azure For Chromebook

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2017-05-09
  • Current Version: 5.5.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 133.09 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 14.0 or later.
  • Developer: Microsoft Corporation

How To Download Microsoft Azure On Chromebook

If you're looking to Download Microsoft Azure on your Chromebook laptop Then read the following guideline.

The Microsoft Azure app helps you keep track of your resources while on-the-go: • Stay connected to the cloud and check status and critical metrics anytime, anywhere • Stay informed with notifications and alerts about important health issues • Stay in control of your resources and take corrective actions, like starting and stopping VMs and web apps -------------------- Microsoft collects data to operate effectively and provide you with the best experiences in our products. This mobile application may collect personal information, for example, the email address used to log in. We do not share this personal information with third-parties without your consent. We do not use your information for marketing purposes. If you do not agree with Microsoft collecting this data, please do not log into the application and delete it from your device.



  • Love it

    By Ismarge1
    I love this app
  • Whaley4***

    By Rocstar27
    Horrible customer service . Can’t help me find out who hacked and took admin for my azure account . Aren’t they made to be security and to prevent that from happening ? Customer support blamed it on Microsoft . 😂. Between them , Microsoft and gateway ( the cpu used ) , I gotta say they are rather consistent and extremely similar at three things ! Allowing hackers to take advantage of “not geek “ like ppl , having near impossible access to customer support and then having support that has no value while providing zero assistance .
  • Locks up consistently on iPhone 12 Pro

    By rd def
  • Almost There

    By Inertia186
    The current version is a slight improvement from previous versions. Previously, in the shell, full copy-paste wasn’t possible. You could do one or the other. Now, looks like that’s fully supported. Good job. You get two stars instead of one. But if I want to use ^C in the shell, I can’t. Seriously. Is there anyone actually testing the shell? A reasonable amount of regression would have found these issues in a day. I want to be able to use my iPad to manage docker container groups on Azure. For that, I might want to use a multiplexor and/or a mosh implementation. This is because iOS apps tend to hibernate after a few seconds of being in the “background.” There’s no reason I should have to use Blink to manage Azure assets if you’re serious about having your own app. Back to Blink, I guess.
  • Who’s the Target Audience?

    By mrvango
    I’m not sure who this app was meant for. I suppose devs who know the Azure CLI commands by heart and people who don’t really need any functionality might be the audiences but those two groups are at the ends of the spectrum. Most of the services I care for don’t have any information to display or just aren’t there. Can’t control or view what’s happening with Kubernetes; Docker/“Container Registry” doesn’t even show what’s in the registry. Looking at the reviews, this has been a common theme for at least over 5 years now and the app seems to still have the same level of low usefulness. Might switch back to AWS since I can at least do something on the app.
  • Account in China cannot sign in

    By ChoeyCui
  • Great App

    By JBizzle0606
    Loving the cost management built into the Resource Group view. Keep up the good work!
  • Unusable

    By bram1028
    The app forces me to login to one specific account via federation. There’s no option that lets me enter another email address to start the login process. I can’t use this app with any other Azure account.
  • Dysfunctional Sign-In

    By FMF8404_Doc
    I can only imagine what the app does or looks like. What would be useful is a keyboard function to input my login information. All I can do is scan text. This doesn’t look good as most people wanting to use this app are most likely in IT.
  • Blah

    By BBWI255
    For some unknown reason this app is nothing like the website. Oh wait, it’s Microsoft, that’s why this app makes zero sense. Garbage app with zero thought put into it. If I’m logging into my Azure account where is my custom dashboard I built for myself?? Garbage. The regular website on a mobile device is 5 billion times better than this app in every way possible, er, at least 5 billion ways better