Microsoft just rolled out the first preview of Android app support on Windows 11. We went hands-on with the feature to see how Android apps work on Microsoft's new operating system.
Microsoft released the first preview of Android apps on Windows 11 today. Insiders in the Beta Channel can test out 50 Android apps on eligible PCs.
A new document from Microsoft helps developers get their Android apps onto Windows 11 through the Windows Subsystem for Android.
A listing for the Amazon Appstore has been spotted in the Microsoft Store. You can’t download it yet, but its appearance could mean that Android app support is one step closer to testing.
Alleged benchmarks for the Windows Subsystem for Android have appeared online. If accurate, they show that some PCs will be able to run Android apps well on Windows 11.
Microsoft announced that Windows 11 won't support Android apps when it launches on October 5, 2021. We'd like to know if you're bothered about the delay.
A listing for the Windows Subsystem for Android has been spotted in the Microsoft Store. It doesn’t work, however, as it’s only a placeholder.
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