As of today, Android apps are already usable on Windows 10 and work in the Your Phone application, which lets you synchronize smartphones with your PC.
However, this feature is only compatible with some Android smartphones. Microsoft observer Zac Bowden recently published information about the software giant’s intentions to address this shortcoming and make Android applications available to everyone.
So far it’s not known how exactly this innovation will work. Reportedly, Microsoft intends to give users an opportunity for running Android apps practically natively. So, in theory, you won’t need another application to support this capability.
This sounds like an ambitious plan, and Microsoft apparently intends to implement it together with the launch of a functional update in 2021. The spring update is anticipated to bring us yet another small-scale feature update containing minor improvements. Therefore, the autumn update may be the one to introduce the aforementioned innovations. However, they are expected to make a much earlier appearance in Windows Insider builds.