Android apps will be supported on Windows 11. The Microsoft Store will distribute Android apps. The applications will be available for download through the Microsoft Store with the help of Amazon Store. applications will be available for downloading through a subsystem in Windows For Android (WSA), similar to the Linux subsystem.
Microsoft and Intel are working together to use Intel Bridge technology to help implement this project. This will allow Android apps to run on Windows 11. Intel Bridge converts apps compiled for non x86 platforms (in this instance Android apps) into x86 instructions that can be run on Windows 11. It is important to note that Android apps will still work on systems with AMD processors or systems based upon ARM chips. However, it is not clear how apps that rely on Google Play Services work.