Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 11 update brings Android apps from around the world to desktop computers, but with one problem. The app store you will use is from Amazon. If alternatives are favored due to sluggish choices and Bezos’ business practices, Microsoft’s engineers confirmed on Twitter that customers can sideload apps into Windows 11 and install what they love from their own sources.
— Miguel deicaza (@migueldeicaza) June 25, 2021
The details of how the process might work or any other limitations or limitations are unknown. For example, whether this requires the tedious manual process equivalent to ADB or as simple as installing another application. However, Microsoft’s eminent engineer Miguel de Icaza We confirm that sideloading is possible in some capacities.. It’s as easy as double-clicking the APK in Explorer.
if missed yesterday news, Microsoft has announced that the upcoming Windows 11 release will support Android apps on both x86 and ARM-based devices. Amazon has been chosen as a partner for this feature, and Microsoft has bundled Amazon’s Appstore as a source for Android apps.