The developer has even shared a step-by-step tutorial on how you can also install the Play Store on your PC. The steps are quite complicated and ADeltaX has cautioned users to install the same at their own risk. This is the best time to try this as the Amazon Appstore is only available to limited users as of now and Microsoft may block the script anytime the update is released to the public.
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— ADeltaX (@ADeltaXForce) 1634939977000
If you want to try out the Android app on Windows 11, you first need to join the Windows Insider Beta channel. You’ll also need to set your PC’s region to the United States and to access the Amazon app store, you’ll need an Amazon account that is US-based. Apart from this, you’ll also have to keep few system requirements in mind in addition to the Windows 11 base requirements. As per the company, your PC needs to have at least 8GB of RAM, an SSD along with 8th-generation Intel Core i3, AMD Ryzen 3000 or a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8c processor or higher.
The company claims that running Android apps and games on Windows 11 will feel familiar and you can easily run these apps side-by-side with the help of the new Snap Layouts feature. You can also pin them to your Start menu or Taskbar and interact with them via mouse, touch or pen input. Android apps are also integrated into Alt + Tab and Task view.