Android 13 support is coming to Windows 11 via WSA

Microsoft Windows 11 Menu

Credit: Robert Triggs / Android Authority
  • Microsoft quietly announced it will be releasing a new update to Windows Subsystem for Android.
  • The update will bring support for Android 13 to WSA.
  • In addition to allowing users to install Android apps, this update will also bring file transfers and shortcuts.

Since Windows 11 launched, users have had the ability to download Android apps from the Amazon Appstore and run them on their PC through Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA). Over time, Microsoft has released updates that have improved WSA, with the latest update boosting its speed. Now Microsoft has shown us a roadmap that reveals it will bring support for Android 13.

According to Windows Latest, Microsoft published a roadmap for WSA on GitHub, for the first time. Based on the roadmap, Microsoft is working on an Android 13-based WSA for Windows 11.


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