Xbox gets support for Android apps

Xbox gets support for Android apps
Xbox gets support for Android apps

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Xbox gets support for Android apps, today Friday September 3, 2021 10:02 PM

Microsoft is set to release Windows 11 on October 5 this year. However, the tech giant has clarified that the new operating system will not come with support for Android apps. Instead, it will be presented to Windows Insiders. The app is called the Windows Subsystem for Android, the app has appeared on the Microsoft Store and although (by XDA Developers) nothing happens when I download it, except for a blank window to appear, the app is listed as available for Xbox consoles. That includes

The Xbox One family and Xbox Series X and S consoles.

Does this mean we might play Android games on Xbox? It is a possibility. Microsoft is already making gaming more flexible with the Cloud where you can join your friends on a single gaming title from a laptop, tablet, phone and, of course, a console. If some Android games come to Xbox, then the chances of those games reaching more people will only increase. and with

So, all this is a matter of speculation only, without confirmation by Microsoft in this regard. Right now, Android apps aren’t just coming to Windows 11, let alone the Xbox game console.

Xbox Cloud games coming to Xbox Series X | S and Xbox One this holiday season with a Game Pass Ultimate subscription. The gaming service is already available for computers, tablets and smartphones. According to Microsoft, Xbox Game Pass subscribers will be able to jump right into the game with friends without having to download any game. There will be over 100 games to choose from when Xbox Cloud Gaming launches.

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