A little less than a year after announcing “Project Astoria,” Microsoft announced Thursday, February 25th, that it will end the “Bridge,” which would have brought Android apps to the Windows Store.
Microsoft’s Android Bridge (aka Project Astoria) is no more..
Microsoft also announced plans to acquire Xamarin, a platform provider that allows native app development for Android, iOS, and Windows in C#.

Windows is continuing its work on “Project Islandwood,” its bridge program for bringing iOS apps to the Windows Store. Developers can download a pre-release version of the bridge at GitHub.

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