Microsoft has announced that Android 13 will soon be available on PCs, along with all of the new features and apps from the most recent smartphone operating system.
The Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA) GitHub update confirms that the newest smartphone OS will soon be accessible on computers thanks to new features and apps. The Android integration in Windows 11 is a significant step for Google and Microsoft, bringing the smartphone experience directly to the desktop.
Microsoft confirmed the arrival of Android 13 to its PC integration of the smartphone operating system, which will soon be available to everyone, according to reports.
The fact that Microsoft is still supporting Android and will soon release Windows 11’s newest software version only serves to demonstrate the company’s continued commitment to the platform.
Although the Android 13 integration is still in development, users will soon be able to access the new operating system on their computers, including all of its capabilities.
With its Windows integration for the Google smartphone and tablet OS, delivering everything it has to offer for PC users, there are no signs of slowing down or stopping.