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Android App support coming to Windows 10 with project latte

Got stuck with some application in Windows and some apps in Android. Need an emulator to run some android apps on Windows or Vice-Versa. Guess What? Your wait is going to be over soon.

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You heard it right, Android and Windows are working together to solve this problem. This project is known as Project Latte. In the newer Upgraded Version, you can now run and install Android Apps on Windows without any need for an Emulator.

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For those who don’t what an emulator is, you can think it of as a hybrid application that can run other applications. Emulators like Bluestack, are popularly known for this. Lots of games and apps were needed on windows, but for android apps, you need to install an emulator first.

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There were various other issues with the emulator, like an unexpected crash or shut down of app, Slow responding of apps, Touch Configuration for playing heavy games like PUBG or COD Mobile.

Access to the Hybrid platform is limited to Chrome OS or Android Users at first. While for various apps that need the support of Windows 10, they still need a configuration of the vast amount of other software that could become compatible, once Project Latte is available for everyone.

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This project is not finalized yet, but the changes could be incorporated in the year 2021 of Windows 10 refresh. This environment could be a lot better chance and a good experience for the end-user.

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