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Microsoft could allow running of Android apps on Windows 10

Windows 10

According to a new report, Microsoft could be looking to make a radical change to its policies by allowing Android apps to run on its upcoming Windows 10 platform. This decision could be taking given the lack of quality apps on the Windows platform.

But as most of us know, Windows 10 is expected to introduce an all new app platform with new content from developers. But clearly, Microsoft wants to ensure that no stone is left unturned in making Windows 10 a success.

We must note that Microsoft hasn’t confirmed this as of yet, so we’ll wait for more word from the company. It is said that the company could make an announcement as early as today, so we probably don’t have a lot of waiting to do. The Windows 10 platform will come across as a more attractive proposition to prospective buyers if Android apps are enabled on the platform.

We’ve seen BlackBerry trying this out as well and it has worked quite well for them. It will be interesting to see how Microsoft approaches this, assuming the report is true.

Source: Thurrott

Via: Phone Arena

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