Microsoft kills Windows Bridge for Android, still wants developers to port apps

In 2015 Microsoft unveiled four new tools to help developer ports their existing apps to the Windows 10 Universal App platform. One of those platforms has been delayed, two are already live, and one… is dead. Microsoft now says it will not release the previously planned Windows Bridge for Android. But the company would still […]

Now you can run (some) Android apps on Windows 10 Mobile (unofficially)

Microsoft wants to increase the number of apps available for smartphones, tablets, and other devices running Windows 10 by giving developers tools to easily port their Android, iOS, web, and legacy Windows apps to Windows 10. Some of those apps need to go through some heavy duty┬áprocessing in order to become Windows apps. But some […]