Does Windows 11 Run Android Apps?

Windows 11 event just happened and Microsoft has officially announced the upcoming update to Windows 10. Claimed as the biggest update to Windows in the past decade, Windows 11 brings new and improved features, yes, but the best of all? Android App support is here! That’s right! Windows 11 will run Android apps and do much more. Here’s all you need to know about it. 

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Can Windows 11 run Android apps natively?

Yes! Windows 11’s official release is slated to run Android apps natively on the platform. According to Microsoft, you will be able to download, install and use Android apps directly from the Microsoft Store. Microsoft has partnered with the Amazon Appstore to provide native integration for Android app downloads in the Microsoft store.

Microsoft even showcased a few Android apps running on Windows 11 natively including the popular social media platform TikTok on their June 24 event where they announced Windows 11. The tech giant is using Intel Bridge technology to power Android apps on Windows 11.

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Can you run Android apps on Windows 11?

Yes! You can easily run Android apps on Windows 11. However, you will need the latest stable release which is slated for the public later this year. However, if you wish to try out the new OS then we recommend enrolling for Windows Insider builds. Windows 11 is slated for an insider release later next week.

If however, you’re looking for Android app support in the leaked version of Windows 11 then you’re out of luck. The leaked version contains the old Windows 10 store which does not yet have the ability to install Android apps. 

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  1. The problem is that Microsoft made Android apps work on the Your Phone App with only Samsung phones. They didn’t make for all other Android phones

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