Finally you have the opportunity to use the Android app Windows 11 – If you are willing to live on the brink of bleeding for a while. There is Microsoft Is released An Insider Preview Beta that supports running Android apps between Amazon Appstore and Windows. Only 50 curated apps are available as part of the preliminary test (e.g. the Kindle app, Lord’s Mobile And Lego Duplo World), But Microsoft is making more promises “in the coming months”.
The goal, as before, is to make Android apps feel like they belong to Windows 11. Mouse and keyboard input is available, though many apps will surprisingly benefit from the touchscreen.
Beta is only available in the United States for compatible devices using AMD, Intel and Qualcomm chips. It won’t do much to satisfy those frustrated Android apps Was not available at launch. You’ll still have to wait a while before an official release, let alone an Amazon catalog enough to make a meaningful difference. Although this is a start, and it suggests that the delay will not be as long as you were afraid.
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