Android Apps in Microsoft Stores | Excited?
Android is one of the most popular mobile operating systems having a competition with iOS. Going with the numbers, the world has the most numbers of smartphones running on Android OS. Now, it might get even more popularity as Microsoft is bringing Android Apps into its Stores.
Recently, Apple has transferred from Intel-based chips to Apple Silicon chips. With the help of this, iOS can be used in macOS. The same concept is now used by Microsoft to bring Android apps into its platform natively.
Earlier, users have to install a third-party app like Bluestack to use android apps on PCs. Now, those days are gone as windows supports Android Apps. The apps will be available in the new Windows Store and they can be pinned to the taskbar or placed in traditional Windows apps. To make this happen, Microsoft will be using Amazon’s Appstore. Plus, to connect these two stores, Intel Bridge technology has been used.