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Microsoft tries again to merge Android and Windows apps

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Microsoft somehow can’t get into cool new items, although it is trying to do something good. And now, it seems, another attempt to do well has arrived. Microsoft is currently working on a new solution that will allow mobile developers to port their Android apps to Windows 10 with little or no source code change. How do you like that ?! And after all this, you can download these applications in the Microsoft app store. Sounds good, but all this splendor is called Project Latte.

A little earlier, the small firm had already conducted tests of porting applications from Android to the beautiful Windows 10 as part of the Astoria project. But all this did not reach the release. It seems like Project Latte should still earn money. However, all this is again not accurate. This project works on WSL and Microsoft will have to make its own subsystem for Android so that the applications can still run on Windows 10.

In general, there are a lot of all sorts of interesting and not entirely clear words, solutions and so on for an ordinary user. It goes without saying that Windows will not have support for Google services and other things. Because it’s not that simple. And Google does not allow its services to be installed on devices that do not run on Android or Chrome OS at all. Today we can already run Android apps on Windows, but only as streaming. True, this only works on a few smartphones from Samsung and nowhere else. And here we are talking about the full installation of Android applications on Windows 10, regardless of which smartphone you use.

Why is this all? Well, for example, in PUBG Mobile you can drive from a computer. Or to find another (albeit inferior) reason not to buy computers from Apple and all that.

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