From today, beta channel Windows Insiders can preview the Android app experience on eligible devices. Insiders will find a limited selection of Android applications in the Microsoft Store that should look and feel like ordinary Windows 11 apps. Users will be able to run Android apps side by side using the Snap Layouts feature, pin them to the Start menu or Taskbar, and interact with them using a mouse, a stylus or via touch.
Microsoft said Android apps are also integrated into Alt+Tab and Task view to easily move between open apps. Furthermore, users will also get notifications from Android apps in the Action Center, and you’ll even be able to share clipboard data between Windows and Android apps.