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We were following the Microsoft conference live when suddenly the guys from Microsoft informed us that finally the Android and iOS applications will be compatible with WindowsWhat does this mean? That Windows 10 will be able to run applications developed on Android or iOS , something we expected but which has not been made official until this afternoon. With this, Windows 10 will come alive more than ever, since it will be able to run more applications and therefore gain more weight in the market.
This news is really good for developers, who will be able to make Android and iOS applications compatible with Windows, through two development kits The Windows 10 applications can be developed in both Java and C++, so they offer us more possibilities than ever to develop for this operating system.
We can port Android and iOS applications
Developers will be able to easily port Android and iOS apps, so they work on Windows the same way they do on their operating systems. This means that with this Windows will gain a much greater number of applications, since one of the problems they had up to now was the low number of applications that was around 300,000
Microsoft now offers more possibilities than ever for its ecosystem to continue to grow, so that developers of these systems only have to import their code to compile it into a universal app Windows 10However, they have stressed that they might have to tweak some part of the code to make it work exactly the same, showing a full user experience, but it will be a matter of time to know if this works as well as they tell us.
So far, we've seen the live test and it doesn't seem to be going too bad, even though I did experience a bit of latency at first that hotels app that they showed us. However, we are in time of tests and changes for Microsoft that we will be happy to experience and tell you about.
What do you think about this news? Will Windows come alive now?