Windows 11 now supports
Android APK sideloading, which allows users to essentially
install any Android app currently available inside and outside
the Play Store. However, Windows doesn’t enable sideloading by
default and the process can be frustrating if you don’t know
the basics of the command line.
Thankfully, with the release of a new third-party app called
“WSAInstall”, installing Android APKs on Windows 11 has become
much easier. This new third-party app has removed the need for
a command line to manually install the Android apps each time.
Instead, you can now simply tap on the “Install” button within
After a little tweak to Windows Subsystem for Android, some
users managed to install Google Play Store on Windows 11. Now,
a developer who goes by Simone on Twitter has created a new app
called “WSAInstall” to automate the installation of Android
apps APKs on Windows 11.
How to install Android APKs on Windows 11
To get started, first make sure you’ve downloaded Windows
Subsystem for Android from the Microsoft Store.
Once you’ve installed Windows Subsystem for Android, download
and install WSATools from the Microsoft
Store, which makes the whole process a lot easier. It’s an
APK installer for the Windows Subsystem for Android and it
requires users to manually select the APK, and click on the
However, make sure you’ve downloaded ADB from Google’s website
and that’s pretty much it.