Downloading and installing Android apps on your PC is a much-anticipated feature of Microsoft’s latest operating system, Windows 11. Microsoft finally released the feature to all Windows 11 users. US users can download the Android app on PC through the Amazon Appstore in the Microsoft Store. However, Microsoft has some hardware requirements for downloading and installing Android apps on Windows 11. Microsoft requires devices with Android apps to have at least 8 GB of RAM, as well as a supported processor and SSD.
If your device hardware meets the requirements for installing Android apps, you can download and install Android apps on your Windows 11 computer as follows.
First make sure your system is up to date.
- Launch the Microsoft Store.
- Find the apps and games you want to download and install.
- Download the Android app through the Amazon Appstore.
You can see an extensive list of apps on the new Amazon Appstore preview, including Kindle, Audible, and various mobile apps in partnership with Intel.
In addition to the new feature of installing Android apps on PCs, Microsoft will also make improvements to the Windows 11 taskbar. A new and improved taskbar that allows users to share windows from open applications, access mute/unmute features, weather forecasts, and more. The operation of the user is greatly facilitated. The new version will also introduce a redesigned media player and notepad.