Windows is looking to expand the functionality with their new operating system as the upcoming Windows 10 will allow porting of both IOS and Android Apps. The new Windows 10 operating system is set to be launched later this year, and we have learned that you will be able to download, install, and play both IOS and Android apps with no issues.
The new Windows 10 Android functionality comes as no surprise as we’ve been hearing about this since the new OS was announced some time ago. The new porting takes place due to some technical coding concept that would literally bore you if we went into much further. The new coding will allow app developers to create coded apps that run on windows devices as if they were an IOS or Android device.
The bottom line, for those of you who have a Windows compatible desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone with the new Windows 10 operating system, you will be able to enjoy any IOS or Android app in the same manner.
Microsoft has already demoed some Windows 10 Android games, and without any problems. Candy Crush Saga was spotted on a Windows smartphone and it’s expected the same could happen on any Windows device with no re-sizing issues.
Prior to the launch of Windows 10, we expect to see app developers working hard to port games and Windows 10 Android apps making them functional on Windows devices. As of this time, Microsoft has offered not official release date, but we’re hearing rumors it’s being set up for the mid-September release.