Microsoft announced at today’s event that it will bring Android applications to Windows 11. These applications are supposed to be able to run natively on Windows 11. It is possible to download Android apps from the new Windows Store.
Microsoft Meanwhile Unveiling of Windows 11 Announced that it will bring Android applications to Windows 11 using the Amazon App Store. The Amazon App Store provides these apps as part of the new Windows Store. Android apps with Intel Bridge technology run on Windows 11. These apps can be pinned to the taskbar on this version of Windows and placed next to their regular apps.
With this feature, you can access many Android apps such as Snapshot and TickTook that do not have a Windows version. Microsoft’s new move appears to be a direct response to support for iOS apps on Apple’s macOS operating system.
The company unveiled the TickTook app on Windows 11 at tonight’s event, but it’s not yet clear how many devices will support Android apps on the operating system. The information released at today’s Microsoft event was not so clear and detailed, and the Redmondians have promised to release more information in the future.
Microsoft has been trying for years to bring native support for Android apps to Windows, but has so far failed to do so. Now it seems that the conditions for direct use of these applications have finally been provided in Windows 11 and the sheet has turned in favor of the Microsoft operating system.