Windows event today, Microsoft unveiled its latest operating system, complete with a new look, updated features, and many surprises. One of the big announcements is that Android apps will work on Windows 11. It is a useful and wanted thing that users are asking for a long time.
This means they’ll not just be limited to emulator windows on the software, but you can see the app starting from the Microsoft App store, Start menu, show up with individual dedicated icons on the taskbar and launch with desktop shortcuts, too.
Panos Panay said during the keynote that Microsoft is using “Intel bridge technology” to bring this integration, making it “seamless and smooth.” With the plethora of Android apps currently available, Windows 11 looks like it’ll be a much more inviting OS for mobile, touch-centric workflows.