Microsoft wants to bring Android Apps to Windows Phones?
Microsoft’s PC and their mobile platforms will merge in the Windows 10 platform with only a single operating system and an app store. In order to that Microsoft needs a new idea or a new method to gain their trusted consumers back to their heart. After all, Microsoft only accounts 2.7 percent of the smartphone market.
Microsoft has a plan in place this time, their biggest arrangement is to stop leaking their products and forbid Android and iOS users from abandoning Microsoft’s operating system altogether. But in other talks, Microsoft are considering whether they want to bring Android apps into their Windows Phones platform.
If Microsoft ever brings Android apps into the Windows world, they’ll be able to benefit from it since consumers will not only use a Windows powered smartphone but also gain access to their favoured Android apps as well. But that’s not the only asset Microsoft has, they will also receive a huge deal of popular apps. For example, Uber only arrived at Windows Phones doorstep mid year last year, and Snapchat still doesn’t run on Windows Phones. So, why not bring some cool and popular Android apps on Windows Phones?
Windows 10 strategic plan lands on its software, with enhanced security options, data syncing and office features all in one presentation. Windows 10 is the ultimate and an important launch for Microsoft’s mobile plan, but as far as they open up its platform to its major competitors. Let us know what do you think about Microsoft’s plans to bring in Android apps into its Windows Phones platform.
Source: Android Authority