Microsoft will make it possible to run Android apps and iOS apps in Windows 10.
Microsoft is holding these days their BUILD2015 Developer Conference in San Francisco, where developers from all over the world will have an eye on the latest action from the IT giant.
One of the really big news, really can make Microsoft a great player on the mobile scene, is the ability to run Android and iOS app in Windows 10.
Microsoft’s Terry Myerson explained that the company will make it easy for developers to add Android apps in the Windows Store. This should be done by including a subsystem that runs Android.
But not only that. iOS developers will also have the option to compile their code in Microsoft Visual Studio, and thus also make a version for Windows 10.
Microsoft has already introduced the concept of Universal Apps that make it possible to develop apps that run in both Windows on the PC, Windows Mobile and other platforms.
If it will be as simple as it sounds, and the applications works as intended, it will get incredibly important for Microsoft’s mobile platform with a magic wand will have closed the big lead over its competitors have had on the number of applications.
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