Andromium OS is a customization layer for your Android that lets you use a system of floating windows like on a desktop operating system, but on your device. Its real potential lies in connecting the device to an external monitor and using a physical keyboard and mouse, which lets you simulate the experience of using a conventional PC. This is not a custom ROM or anything that modifies your Android configuration. When you launch the app you'll see the new desktop on your screen and from there, you can launch apps you already have installed, as well as use the ones included with Andromium OS like its integrated browser, calculator, or small media player. When you minimize standard apps, shortcuts to them appear on the bottom taskbar, although they'll run in fullscreen superimposed over the rest of the interface when they're open. Only the integrated features mentioned above can be grouped and stacked in multiple layers. Andromium OS is an interesting initiative that solves one of the main problems when it comes to using Android for more specific tasks than it was originally meant for. It opens a potential development path by unifying the mobile and desktop experience into one single environment.