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Microsoft will support soon Android Apps on Windows Phone | MobileTelco Microsoft is planning to support Android Apps on Windows Phone and Windows platform, it is not wrong to say, Microsoft developer is still making best effort to attract App lovers. As the market is still captured by the Android and iOS players, both more number of users and apps respective clouds. Now Microsoft is moving with different track to run Android Apps on Windows phone and platforms. Microsoft and Android Logo Microsoft and Android together As the source says Microsoft is palling to add support for Android apps on both Windows Phone and Windows platforms. Microsoft’s Developer Experience (DX) team, which has until now focused on broad evangelism and application acquisition, is now contemplating adding support for Android apps to attract more developers and independent software vendors. There is also a talk going Microsoft covering two plans A and B, if we talk about the A plan is getting apps on Windows platform to should move to Universal App model, This model, which has already been publicly demonstrated by Microsoft, allows software developers to quickly turn their Windows applications into mobile apps with minimal amount of efforts. While that has resulted in getting more apps on the Windows Phone Store, the company is yet to lure app developers and bring in mainstream and popular apps onto the platform. Plan B is to enable support for Android apps on Windows platforms it need to run company need to talk with the Google's ASOP project, while Microsoft is making best effort with it's developer to bring it's own platform. While we need to wait which plan will select by the Microsoft.

Microsoft is planning to support Android Apps on Windows Phone and Windows platform, it is not wrong to say, Microsoft developer is still making best effort to attract App lovers. As the market is still captured by the Android and iOS players, both more number of users and apps respective clouds. Now Microsoft is moving with different track to run Android Apps on Windows phone and platforms.

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As the source says Microsoft is palling to add support for Android apps on both Windows Phone and Windows platforms. Microsoft’s Developer Experience (DX) team, which has until now focused on broad evangelism and application acquisition, is now contemplating adding support for Android apps to attract more developers and independent software vendors.

There is also a talk going Microsoft covering two plans A and B, if we talk about the A plan is getting apps on Windows platform to should move to Universal App model, This model, which has already been publicly demonstrated by Microsoft, allows software developers to quickly turn their Windows applications into mobile apps with minimal amount of efforts. While that has resulted in getting more apps on the Windows Phone Store, the company is yet to lure app developers and bring in mainstream and popular apps onto the platform.

Plan B is to enable support for Android apps on Windows platforms it need to run company need to talk with the Google's ASOP project, while Microsoft is making best effort with it's developer to bring it's own platform. While we need to wait which plan will select by the Microsoft. Stay tuned with us for more info on about Microsoft and Android news.

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Microsoft will support soon Android Apps on Windows Phone | MobileTelco Microsoft is planning to support Android Apps on Windows Phone and Windows platform, it is not wrong to say, Microsoft developer is still making best effort to attract App lovers. As the market is still captured by the Android and iOS players, both more number of users and apps respective clouds. Now Microsoft is moving with different track to run Android Apps on Windows phone and platforms. Microsoft and Android Logo Microsoft and Android together As the source says Microsoft is palling to add support for Android apps on both Windows Phone and Windows platforms. Microsoft’s Developer Experience (DX) team, which has until now focused on broad evangelism and application acquisition, is now contemplating adding support for Android apps to attract more developers and independent software vendors. There is also a talk going Microsoft covering two plans A and B, if we talk about the A plan is getting apps on Windows platform to should move to Universal App model, This model, which has already been publicly demonstrated by Microsoft, allows software developers to quickly turn their Windows applications into mobile apps with minimal amount of efforts. While that has resulted in getting more apps on the Windows Phone Store, the company is yet to lure app developers and bring in mainstream and popular apps onto the platform. Plan B is to enable support for Android apps on Windows platforms it need to run company need to talk with the Google's ASOP project, while Microsoft is making best effort with it's developer to bring it's own platform. While we need to wait which plan will select by the Microsoft.
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