Last year, Windows 10 Your Phone app was updated with Android
apps streaming for select Galaxy phones and Microsoft is now
adding support for multiple Android apps. This feature is also
gradually rolling out and it could take a few days to be
enabled for all devices.
After the update is installed and you have a supported Samsung
phone, you’ll be able to run multiple Android apps on Windows
10 simultaneously. For non-Samsung phones, Android apps support
could land via Project Latte, which is also expected to support
The Your Phone app currently allows people to run a single
Android app on Windows 10 and Microsoft is hoping to improve
the overall experience with multiple apps support. As you
can see in the below screenshot, you can run as many as three
Android apps at the same time.
Unfortunately, Android apps streaming support is still limited
to Samsung phones and support for other phones hasn’t yet been
officially confirmed. In the meantime, if you have a supported
Samsung Galaxy phone, make sure you give it a try by download
the app from the Microsoft Store.
Native Android apps support
Multiple reports have suggested that
Microsoft has been secretly working on ‘Project Latte’
project to bring Android apps to Windows 10. Project
Latte will be based on the Windows Subsystem for Linux, which
has already been updated with GUI apps and GPU acceleration
With Your Phone, you can stream Android apps to your PC using
your Samsung Galaxy phones and Microsoft is now getting apps to
There won’t be any Google Play Services support, but there are
plans to fill in that gap with Windows APIs and developers
won’t need to make any major modifications to submit their apps
in the Store.
Native Android apps support is expected to show up in the fall