Microsoft has officially launched Windows 11, but despite the a lot of improvements that come pre-loaded, there’s one big feature still missing.
It’s support for Android apps, something which Microsoft originally announced it’d participate Windows 11 but that is still within the works these days.
Furthermore, Microsoft hasn’t provided any specifics regarding when Windows 11 users might be supplied with Android app support in the first place, though we do know this feature is projected to land for insiders later this year, also it could be released for users at some point the coming year.
Android apps on Windows 11
Android apps will be available on Windows 11 in the actual Microsoft Store via the Amazon Appstore.
“We are bringing Android apps to Windows the very first time. Starting later this year, individuals will have the ability to discover Android apps in the Microsoft Store and download them with the Amazon Appstore – imagine recording and posting a video from TikTok or using Khan Academy Kids for virtual learning right from your computer. We’ll have more to share about this experience in the coming months. We look forward for this partnership with Amazon and Intel using their Intel Bridge technology,” Microsoft said in its original Windows 11 announcement.
So at this time, the brand new OS can be obtained for that initial production devices without Android app support, and if you were hoping to get your hands on this selection, nobody knows without a doubt when it’s designed to happen in the first place.
Windows 11, however, comes with many other improvements, together with a new Start menu and a centered taskbar, widgets, and a revamped Microsoft Store which offers access to third-party stores and therefore truly becomes the one place to go for everything.