Windows 11: Android Apps Finally Reach The Public


Windows 11: This Tuesday (15), Microsoft finally expanded native access to the Android platform in Windows 11, making its use available to the general public after months of waiting. Even in the testing stage, Internet users will now be able to access the Amazon AppStore Preview directly from the Microsoft Store with the new feature, making it possible to try more than a thousand popular applications and games on Google’s operating system.

To clarify in more detail, the feature to test Android platform apps on Windows 11 was already being evaluated since October last year, through the Windows Insider program. However, the experience was quite limited at the time, with only 50 titles available — including Clash of Kings, The Washington Post and Coin Master, for example.

With the update, more users will have access to the feature, which now features an even wider variety of apps and games — such as Audible, Subway Surfers and Lords Mobile. According to Microsoft, the purpose of the functionality is to offer a fluid experience between titles and Windows 11, integrating the available commands and facilities already known by Internet users.

Other improvements

In addition, Microsoft has also released improvements to the Taskbar in the stable builds of Windows 11 after a few weeks of testing. In short, users will be able to check weather and weather information directly from the left part of the interface, as well as manage screen broadcasts and microphone access in just a few clicks — enhancing the Microsoft Teams conferencing experience.