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Star Wars Chromebook App Download

Download Star Wars For Chromebook

  • Category: Entertainment
  • Release Date: 2015-07-08
  • Current Version: 3.10
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 210.88 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4.43546
From 1,867 Ratings

How To Download Star Wars On Chromebook

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The Star Wars app is your official mobile connection to a galaxy far, far away. With a dynamic interface, the Star Wars app immerses you in breaking news, rich media, social updates, special events, and interactive features. Here’s where the fun begins: -Get instant notifications on big announcements, including trailer releases and movie news -Theme your app with Light Side, Dark Side, or Droid interfaces, each containing different designs, sounds, and animations -Take and share a Star Wars “selfie” in various iconic costumes and settings, including Jedi, Princess Leia (with hair buns), Han Solo’s carbon freeze, and more -Get Star Wars-themed weather and five-day forecasts, featuring in-universe planets and locales -Play classic sound clips and sound effects from your favorite Star Wars characters, creatures, weapons, vehicles, and scenes -Watch official Star Wars videos, including movie trailers, The Star Wars Show, behind-the-scenes featurettes, and more -Read official Star Wars news and blogs from, including creator interviews, and more -Share emojis, animated GIFs, and stickers with your friends and family NOTE: For the best experience, we recommend using this app on an iPhone 5 or higher running iOS 9.0 and above. Headphones are suggested, especially for Force Trainer. Use Wi-Fi if experiencing connection or loading difficulties. This app contains advertising messages as well as advertising for The Walt Disney Family of Companies. Privacy Policy – Terms of Use – Your California Privacy Rights – Do Not Sell My Information – LEGAL DISCLAIMER: Before you download this experience, please consider that this app contains social media links and content, registration to create or sign in using a Star Wars ID account, and push notifications to let you know when we have updates like breaking news, additional content or new features. Please note that this is an English language app with limited features available in local languages. Some versions include regional social feeds.



  • Love this app

    By atomic zombie0938
    This app is the best had to download the Disney play park app to get the galaxy edge data pad I still think it’s pretty cool ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
  • Star Wars

    By henery001
    This app is amazing especially for a Star Wars fan like me I just wish there was more options for the take a selfie mode.
  • A Great App

    By Devin Mccreery
    Everything you need to know about star wars is here. Period.
  • Screen Format only for iPhone

    By GreyFox386
    Seriously? With the popularity of iPads now, there absolutely no excuse for a major app like this to only be formatted for iPhone, not iPad. Sorry, but I didn’t pay 2k for an iPad pro to run apps in a small window.
  • Stupid

    By gruriti
    The stickers won’t work fix it now😡😡😡
  • Not without its flaws, but good source of Star Wars articles

    By A huuuge Star Wars fan
    Based on the app’s description, one would think that it’s a sort of all-purpose Star Wars database, complete with mini games and cool filters. However, it did not exactly live up to my expectations. The one mini game, which is a lightsaber simulation, started out fun, but after about ten levels it was literally impossible; the screen goes dark and you can’t actually tell where the droid even is, let alone where to swing your lightsaber/phone. The promised filters and stickers weren’t very good either. You aren’t given the option to move the sticker around on the screen, so you can only have it smack dab in the middle of your photo, which is irritating, to say the least. The filters are a bit better, but you can’t move those around, either. You have to position your face exactly in front of the spot for you head, which is nearly impossible for the Hera filter. Also, for some of the filters you are given the choice to have a character in the background, which is either Yoda, Boba Fett, or a stormtrooper. However, you can’t get rid of the character, which is a tad annoying. I mainly use this app for looking at articles and for reading the Star Wars database. However, the database is a bit hard to access. You have to go to an article with a link to a character, then scroll up to search the thing you want. I wish they would make the database, as well as the search bar, more accessible. Also, the sound board appears to be literally useless. It lets you listen to iconic Star Wars sounds, but doesn’t give you the option to do anything with them. This review isn’t all criticism, though. One feature that I love is the Star Wars themed weather forecast, which is both creative and fun. It says things like “84 degrees— feels like Kashyyyk. It’s pretty humid. Better not bohh to eat any Wookiees.” (It thinks I live in the next city over, but whatever). Overall, this app can be very entertaining, but only if you know your way around, and know what features are a waste of time. Despite the fact that many of the features are not worthwhile, I’m glad I installed this app, if only to read recipes for Max Rebo donuts.
  • This app sells your data

    By trishnottrash
    First off, I really enjoy the app. However, this morning I was looking around it and found link that says “Don’t sell my personal information” I am appalled that a multi-million dollar franchise is resorting to selling users information. It is a good app, but I’m find that unnerving, as it has my location. (For the weather function)
  • Worthless

    By LambiBam
    I thought it would be a codex of all of the Star Wars lore and it’s literally just a fancy app for news about Star Wars. Disney is a multi-billion dollar corporation. Do better.
  • The BEST

    By kcstoddard
    This is a really good game
  • Results not as advertised.

    By Allen Wedgiest
    I finally got a new phone that I thought would be compatible for the app and especially since I wasn’t able to get it before hand as my old phone wasn’t able to get up to date with all the iOS updates. I made sure my new phone was completely updated and had everything checked out before I downloaded the app. I was disappointed when I discovered that the augmented reality app button and (featured in the app’s very own advertisement on the AppStore) was missing. I’m not saying that it won’t open, I’m not saying that it’s not lit up as the other buttons are, nor have I found it within any of the other features, including the selfie button feature, which also won’t allow me to do anything either than choosing a “costume” or a sticker for a photo. No lightsaber or background options even though those two buttons are present but not selectable. Again, to be abundantly clear, the “Augmented Reality” button is missing entirely. Further, what was more discouraging was the nonexistent platform to research this issue. There was no way to contact any representative or even ask my question freely on the app’s website and instead I was only able to find copious amounts of unhelpful information of pre-set diagnostic questions. Multiple times, no matter how I searched: the app site itself, on google, on the App Store, the results were the same every time. Telling me to “print” or have “on a different screen” the target card presented on the website, scan the image with my phone’s camera…with the augmented reality feature on the app’s desktop…to unlock…the augmented reality feature. See the problem? This was a chicken or the egg dilemma here and couldn’t help but feel a sense of being misled. In all fairness, I am using an iPhone se, so it might be fault on my end if my phone isn’t capable of executing this augmented reality feature. With that said though, I also researched (several times) if my particular phone model wasn’t compatible with AR app features or even the “Star Wars” app itself. Similarly to my research stated above, I was either led to believe my phone very well IS compatible with AR capability, or at least found absolutely zero word on the iPhone se being incompatible with the app. On the app’s website and otherwise. The app is nice overall, but I didn’t get it for some idle, motionless stickers and silhouette costumes for selfies that aren’t any better quality than what I could get at Disney world.