'Project Latte' is underway to make it available on Windows 10 almost as it is without rewriting the code of the Android application

It turns out that Microsoft is working on a ' Project Latte ' that will allow Android apps to be migrated to Windows 10 almost as-is with little code rewriting. It seems that it may appear in 2021 at the earliest.

Microsoft's'Project Latte' aims to bring Android apps to Windows 10 | Windows Central


Microsoft is working on an Android subsystem for Windows 10

'Project Latte' is a mechanism that allows app developers to distribute Android apps as MSIX packages from the Microsoft Store so that they can run in a virtualized environment of Windows 10 with almost no code rewriting.

Attempts to make Android apps available on Windows 10 have previously been under the name of 'Project Astoria' but were canceled in February 2018. This 'Project Latte' has the same concept as 'Project Astoria', but it is not clear whether the mechanism is the same.

Microsoft has stated a policy that 'native Windows apps are not everything', and 'Project Latte' takes this policy further.

According to the news site Windows Central, Microsoft plans to release 'Project Latte' in 2021, which is expected to be in the fall.

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