While general users will have to wait, it now seems that Windows Insiders may be able to test Android apps in the coming days. As the screenshots of Android apps running on Windows 11 have been spotted online. The Windows Latest website has shared what is claimed to be the initial look of Android apps running on Windows 11 subsystem. According to the report, the screenshots have been shared by a user on Chinese social network Billibilli.
WeChat running on Windows 11
What the Android apps screenshots show
The alleged leaked screenshots reportedly confirm the popular rumoured features, including notification centre integration and multiple window support. The screenshots show multi-window support, which means that users will be able to open pages of supported apps in more than one window. It also appears that Android apps will be able to work like Windows apps allowing users to pin them to the taskbar, Start Menu as well as resize the windows they are running on. Apps will also come with support for touch, mouse and keyboard. Other than this, Amazon’s App Store, which has been missing from the early test builds of Windows 11, was reportedly spotted in the Microsoft Store recently.
Android apps on Windows 11
Microsoft has partnered with Amazon for native Android apps support on Windows 11. This means that the Microsoft Store and Amazon App store will be integrated to deliver Android apps and that users will be able to download/install mobile apps.