Windows 11 will not support Android apps at launch, compatibility expected in 2022

One of the surprises of the Windows 11 announcement was the support for Android applications through integration with the Amazon AppStore, but now we know that this novelty will not be available when the new version of the system is launched. Microsoft’s operation.

Today, the company announced the release date, confirming that Windows 11 will arrive on October 5 and will arrive without Android app support. Microsoft has not had time to implement this support, and has not given a date to do so.

Windows 11 lacks Android apps at the moment

When Microsoft announced its new Windows 11 in style, it indicated that they were working with Intel and Amazon to make their operating system compatible with Android apps, integrating the Amazon AppStore into their new Microsoft Store, but they will also allow install APK apps manually. .

In announcing the Windows 11 release date, Microsoft has indicated that they hope to bring Android apps to Windows 11 in the coming months, via a preview for Windows Insiders.

Taking into account that Windows 11 will arrive in October that of “in the next few months”, this could translate that until the beginning of 2022 the compatibility of Android applications would not reach the Windows Insiders so that they can test the beta. of a future update, with which official support for Android applications in Windows 11 could take a year to reach its final version.

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