Microsoft adds Android apps to Windows 11 on new ‘Microsoft Store’

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Microsoft has revealed the brand-new app store which has Android apps in their new OS update for Windows 11. The Windows Store has now been rebranded to Microsoft store and its slick and awesome.

The new Microsoft Store officially has Android apps that can run on your Windows 11 PC, thanks to a partnership with Amazon and some “Intel Bridge” technology.

The Amazon Appstore will live inside the Microsoft Store, and you’ll be able to drag and pin those apps side by side traditional Windows apps on your computer.

The software giant revealed its surprise Windows 11 addition during its special Windows event today. Android apps will run natively on Windows 11 and will be downloadable from Amazon’s Appstore, via the new Windows store that’s included in the operating system.

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