Microsoft recently announced Windows 11 with a rich lineup of new features coming to eligible PCs. One of the most anticipated features users would be looking forward to having is the native support of Android apps. With this functionality, users won’t need to install an Android emulator in order to run Android apps on the Windows PC. However, for those looking forward to the feature when Windows 11 rolls out on October 5, you may have to wait for a little more.
Microsoft yesterday announced via its website that the Android app support won’t be available on the OS when it will be launched on October 5. The company isn’t withholding the feature permanently, as it disclosed a rollout on a later date. The company also disclosed that the feature will be made available for Windows Insider users in the next few months after the launch.
The Windows Insider Program is a community of millions of Windows’ biggest fans who get to be the first to see what’s next. It is open for anyone with an Administrator right on their system to join using a Microsoft account.
Microsoft also assured fans that the other new features that were announced to debut on Windows 11 will be made available during the October 5 release. Windows 11 will come with features such as a new UI, a new Start menu, and gaming-related enhancements.