At their event today, Microsoft announced the Windows 11 operating system. The new update brings a visual overhaul, productivity improvements and more.
Along with the new update, Microsoft is also bringing native support for Android apps to Windows 11. To achieve this, Microsoft is partnering with Amazon and will deliver Android apps via the Amazon App Store which will be available under the Microsoft Store. With the new update, users will be able to download and install Android apps like TikTok, Pinterest, Kindle and more. Furthermore, these will act like Windows apps allowing users to pin them to taskbar, snap with other apps, resize and more.
Microsoft did not go into in-depth at the event, so we do not know how the company plans to bring native support for Android apps to Windows.