“Microsoft is still considering support Android apps for Windows”




Microsoft performs reportedly still internal discussion about allowing Android apps on Windows and Windows Phone. Then the software giant seems to leave the door still ajar after earlier this year would have been a similar discussion.

Logo BlueStacks That says it usually knowledgeable Neowin. According to the site to discuss internal Microsoft employees still fiercely on any Android support for Windows and Windows Phone. They do this because the app offer remains for both platforms in comparison with for example the Google Play Store.

The idea to build in support for Android apps in the Windows ecosystem is not new. Earlier this year, was already revealed that the software giant would conduct an internal discussion. If Microsoft is the step that will most likely only be from Windows 10. That operating system comes out next year on the market.

Proponents within Microsoft would indicate that Microsoft’s Android Apps need to be platforms Windows and Windows Phone to make it attractive for consumers. Opponents are of the view that the step the beginning of the end will mean for Microsoft’s operating systems.

It is not currently clear how any Android support should look like. Microsoft insider Tom Warren of The Verge suggested earlier this year based on multiple sources that this is probably going to happen through a service from a third party, such BlueStacks. Would then Android apps appear in the Windows Store.


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