Android apps now available on Windows 11 from Microsoft
You may soon get the opportunity to test out Android applications on Windows if you’ve been waiting to do so. The primary method for downloading Android apps on the OS is the Amazon Appstore, which is presently accessible in 31 nations. Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States are some of them. This expansion is significant. Only Japan and the US had access to it in the past.
And that’s not all. According to a statement from Microsoft, the Amazon Appstore now offers more than 20,000 Android apps for Windows users. Of course, this pick falls well short of the over 500,000 apps available on the Appstore as a whole, but it should include the essential apps you require.
The majority of the apps accessible on Amazon’s platform have been ported over to Windows 11 thanks to a partnership between Microsoft and Amazon.
Although Android applications are only officially offered in the US, installing the WSA from another nation is not difficult, according to the study.
It said, “You may easily acquire it via the Microsoft Store if you alter your region settings in Windows.
According to the study, getting the Amazon Appstore to function outside of the US is more difficult since it only supports Amazon accounts with US addresses.
You may go to the Microsoft Store, download “Amazon Appstore,” install “Windows Subsystem for Android” when requested, and then activate Android app compatibility on your Windows computer. Open the Amazon Appstore after installation and sign in with your Amazon account to browse available apps. There are ways to sideload apps to your heart’s content even if there aren’t many apps accessible via the Amazon Appstore right now.
Users in Andorra, Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Guernsey, Ireland, Isle of Man, Italy, Japan, Jersey, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, San Marino, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States, and Vatican City/Holy See are now receiving WSA for Windows 11.