The feature, which allows us to use Android applications in the Windows environment, is expected to arrive in early 2022.
The most anticipated feature of the new Windows 11 operating system was Android application support. Microsoft announced that it delayed the release of this feature for a while, and it was not available at the initial stage. We expect Windows Insiders to start testing this feature in the coming days.
On the other hand, screenshots of Android apps running on Windows 11 were recently discovered online. Although the images were later removed, they were shared by a user. In the published images, we see two social networking applications running on Windows 11. Leaked screenshots confirm some of the rumors, including notification center integration and multi-window support. It also appears that the Windows 11 Android subsystem will focus more on multitasking and productivity.
The future of multi-window support now seems certain. This means that users can open pages of supported applications in multiple windows. It is also possible to pin Android apps to the taskbar and resize their windows.
When Will Android Support Coming?
There are signs that Android app support is coming to Insider channels soon. Moreover, the Amazon App Store, which was not available in the initial test versions of Windows 11, was recently spotted on the Microsoft Store.
App Store only displays on devices with Build 22000 and does not work on Windows 10 October 2021 Update. According to estimates, Android application support will be available in the first months of 2022.