The name of the project about running Android applications on Windows 10 will be ‘Project Latte’. New support may be offered to users in the second half of 2021.
We recently talked about Microsoft’s native Android application support for Windows 10. Now, according to references in a special document, this project is said to be real. Moreover, some Windows Insiders running Windows 10 preview builds may be doing some tests for Project Latte.
Rumor has it that Microsoft wants to release native Android app support in the second half of next year. The company previously offered Android application support in Windows 10 for Windows Phone devices. At that time, this project was codenamed “Astroia”. On the other hand, many of the Android apps worked much more efficiently than expected on Windows Phones.
We can say that it has been highly verified that the new Project Latte is linked to Android apps for Windows 10. Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) will provide some pluses to this feature. Microsoft will also develop its own Android subsystem to enable Android apps to run.
Google, the developer of the Android ecosystem, limits Play Services to specific partners and mobile devices. For this reason, it is stated that there will be no support for Project Latte.
When Microsoft’s idea first came up in the past few weeks, it had received positive reactions. So what do you think about Android application support on Windows 10?