Good news for all Android users, because Microsoft has confirmed that Windows 11 will run Android applications. The announcement was made yesterday as part of the company’s Windows event.
Android apps are designed to run on a PC, and you need to download them through the Amazon App Store, which in turn installs them through the new Windows Store. Available applications will be listed on the market, examples of which include Ring, Yahoo, Uber, etc., as shown in the stream.
In order to see this change happen, Microsoft has partnered with Intel to use its Intel Bridge tech, although Android applications will continue to use AMD systems. Considering that Apple users have been able to use iOS applications on Macs for many years, you can say that this was coming.
Of course, as part of the broadcast, Microsoft also shared many other announcements, one of which is around Xbox Game Pass, so be sure to watch it.