Microsoft has confirmed that Windows 11 is projected to begin rolling on October 5, but given this date is just around the corner, many are wondering the organization continues to have lots of time to bring some of the features is already announced towards the Windows Insider program and then get it ready for that launch.
One of the most anticipated features in Windows 11 is support for Android apps, that ought to allow users to run apps designed for Google’s mobile operating-system right on their desktops.
Published within the Microsoft Store but linking towards the Amazon Appstore, the Android apps would technically gather two most popular operating systems out there, with Windows 11 users allowed to run them without the need for every other third-party software such as BlueStacks.
But because as it happens, Android app support wouldn’t be available at launch, as Microsoft needs additional time to develop this specific feature.
Coming to insiders first
The company has confirmed everything inside a statement this week, even though it reiterated its commitment to Android apps on Windows 10, no ETA has been provided regarding when the first users would be able to get their hands on this feature.
“Windows 11 comes with a new Microsoft Store rebuilt with an all-new design making it simpler to look and find out your favorite apps, games, shows, and films in a single trusted location. We look forward to continuing our journey to bring Android apps to Windows 11 and the Microsoft Store through our collaboration with Amazon and Intel; this can begin with a preview for Windows Insiders over the coming months,” the organization said.
Naturally, insiders will be the first to be able to try out Android apps on their Windows 11 devices, until then, nobody knows just when this feature should really unveil.