Finally, you’ll be able to install Android apps in Windows 11 if you’re willing to brave the bleeding edge for a while. Microsoft has now launched an Insider Preview beta that enables the Amazon Appstore and allows you to use Android apps on Windows. The first 100 are limited to 50 pre-chosen applications (such as the Amazon app, Lords Mobile, and Lego Duplo World), but Microsoft has promised more in the “coming months.”
Android applications on Windows 11
The objective, as previously, is to make Android applications seem more native on Windows 11. You can multitask, read notifications, and use Windows accessibility options. Mouse and keyboard input is available, although many apps will unsurprisingly benefit from a touchscreen.
For compatible devices using AMD, Intel, and Qualcomm chips, the beta is only accessible in the United States. This probably won’t go far toward relieving those people who are upset that Android apps weren’t accessible on day one. Although you’ll still have to wait a long time before an official release, let alone a large Amazon catalog that will make much of a difference. It’s a start, and it suggests the wait won’t be as long as you thought.