- A new Microsoft Store listing points to the Xbox console for Android application support.
- The store list for the Windows Subsystem for Android specifically lists Xbox One.
Microsoft will provide Android application support on Windows 11 in the next few months, allowing you to use some of the top mobile applications on your desktop, laptop, or Windows tablet. Now, there seems to be related software to enable this feature on the Internet.
XDA-Developer The appearance of the Windows subsystem for Android has been discovered Microsoft Store, You can also download it. Unfortunately, the exit states that the application only emits a black window when it is launched.
However, what is more interesting is that this application page lists Xbox as a compatible device. More specifically, it lists Xbox One as the minimum requirement. Check out the screenshot below.
The system requirements also let us know what happens on the PC, requiring Windows 10 version 22000.0 or higher and at least 8GB of RAM (16GB recommended).
However, this is the first time we have heard that Xbox consoles may support Android applications. We are not sure if the Xbox mention is just a placeholder text or a legal confirmation of the feature’s entry into the console. It’s also worth noting that this list of applications seems to be used for internal testing only, so Microsoft may just experiment with this feature on the console instead of preparing for official release.
Nonetheless, Xbox consoles supporting Android applications are popular for several reasons. On the one hand, this will open the door to porting Android games to game consoles (although we hope that there is good quality control here). There is also the fact that some streaming services do not have Xbox apps, but have Android clients.
We have contacted a Microsoft representative to clarify the Android application support that Xbox consoles may support. If/when they reply to us, we will update the article. Do you want to see Android application support on the console? Tell us through the polls above.