Microsoft Project Latte strives to introduce Android applications to Windows 10, Once again! The initial project happened in 2015 and was named the Astoria project which would support Windows 10 Mobile Android applications but was inevitably cancelled in 2018.
Microsoft Project Latte – What is it all about?
A Windows Central report says that the Windows subsystem for Linux most probably supports the new project (WSL). As it goes live, developers can easily carry their apps “with little or no change in code” to Windows 10. Before they are sent to the Microsoft Store, the applications will be bundled into MSIX, Windows Software kit formats.
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Microsoft Project Latte would allow app developers to incorporate apps that do not yet have a version of Windows. Just imagine what sort apps are available if Project Latte is ever launched, as many Android apps are designed specifically for Smartphones and are less desirable on something greater than a Smartphone screen!
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