“Microsoft discontinues development Android app support Windows Mobile 10 ‘




Microsoft does not seem to work on Project Astoria, the code name for the project to make Android apps run on the mobile version of Windows 10. According to sources, it is about developing for some time still.

That says Windows Central, who spoke with multiple sources has about Project Astoria, the codename that Microsoft used to develop Android support on Windows 10 Mobile. Within the project, the Redmond company is working on an emulator to run Android installation files, and early versions of Windows 10 Mobile had already support it. In the recent times, however, there are no actions have been reported, and, according to Windows Central is the development even discontinued. Microsoft has responded to the news but gave no concrete response to said stopping the development.

According to the Windows fan site says Microsoft no longer with developers about Project Astoria, and it has been quiet for some time on the forums, which the company has set for the development of Android app support. One of the suggested sources of Windows Astoria Project Central that much manpower necessary for the development, and that the claims have been difficult. Whether that is also the reason for the possible discontinuation of the development is not clear; the current status of the project is not fully elucidated. Therefore it is not known whether it will stop the development ensures that Android app support is to come no more.

Microsoft previously promised that both Android and iOS apps will support, possibly with transformations in the mobile version of Windows 10. This should increase the attractiveness of the operating system; in previous versions, Microsoft was criticized for too few applications were available. Support for iOS applications, under the code name Project Island Wood, could be run smoothly and are still on the schedule.

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