Windows 11 can run Android Apps from Microsoft Store

At the Windows event, Microsoft announced Windows 11 and detailed some of the features. Windows 11 comes with a lot of UI changes, rounded corners and multitasking, and others. There is one feature that comes into the spotlight is Windows 11 can run Android apps. Windows 11 app store or say, Microsoft store will now have Android apps support.

Android Apps on Windows 11

With Windows 10 or earlier we need android emulators like Bluestacks and others to run android apps on our PCs. After upgrading your OS to Windows 11 you no longer have to rely on Android emulators. You can also pin your favorite apps in the taskbar and start menu to get access to your favorites.

Click here, to know if your device is compatible to install Windows 11 or not.

The android apps in the Microsoft store are apps from the Amazon App store. Microsoft has partnered with Amazon to integrate apps to the Microsoft store. This is powered by Intel Bridge Technology, this will let you seamlessly install your favorite apps from the Microsoft store android apps catalog.

In Microsoft Store, you will see the app name and rating on the right side pane, and preview, description, ratings & reviews on the left side pane. The ability to run android apps is the best feature from Microsoft in Windows 11. If you are excited to try out this feature, you will have to wait till the first insider build of Windows 11 starts rolling out.

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