Why Windows 11 going with Amazon for its Android apps, and not Google, is a masterstroke

Bill Mount

One of the biggest surprises of the Windows 11 launch event was the announcement that Android apps are coming to the new Microsoft Store… but through Amazon. While the decision was praised, it’s also been met with some trepidation and puzzlement, leaving people wondering why there hasn’t just been an […]

One of the biggest surprises of the Windows 11 launch event was the announcement that Android apps are coming to the new Microsoft Store… but through Amazon.

While the decision was praised, it’s also been met with some trepidation and puzzlement, leaving people wondering why there hasn’t just been an arrangement made with Google itself.

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