The following article contains the code that can be used to install and run an Android application on a Windows phone and/or tablet running Windows 10.
It’s simple and should be easy to follow.
If you have questions, don’t hesitate to leave a comment below.
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This article was written by David McKenzie and is the opinion of The Next Web.
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It’s designed to allow Windows Insiders to test new apps before they’re rolled out to the general public.
The app will be available to Windows Insulators for the first time in November, but you’ll have to wait until the official Windows 10 Mobile Preview app is released in January for the official preview to be released to the public.
Microsoft is also planning to make it available for Windows Insulator for the Xbox One, which will be released in April.
For a Windows Phone 8.1 tablet that has a Windows PC inside, the app is available for free for Windows PCs that have a Windows 8.x PC inside and for Windows Mobile devices that have Windows 8 or Windows Phone 7.x PCs inside.
For Windows Insulation, it’s available for $0.99 for Android devices and $1.99 each for iOS devices.
The app is not available for Macs or PCs, and is not for Android phones.
Microsoft has also made it available in the App Store for Mac users.