Microsoft has now started rolling out Android apps to mainstream users in 31 additional countries. Android app support was first added to the operating system in February, but was previously limited to the United States and Japan. On September 27, Microsoft began rolling out the Android app to users in the UK and Europe, and users can now install the updated WSA via Windows Update. To date, WSA only worked if users changed their region to the United States or Japan, and the Amazon App Store was also available only in these regions.
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To get started, make sure you have the latest version of Windows 11 installed on your PC. You will also need to update the Microsoft Store to the latest version. Once done, follow these steps: Go to the Microsoft Store. Click on the search bar. Type Amazon Appstore. Download and install 'Windows Subsystem for Android' when you see the popup. Click Yes whenever asked. Once done, open the Amazon Appstore and sign in with your Amazon account to browse the apps. You can download any Android app from the Amazon Appstore on Windows 11 and find them in the All Apps section of the Start menu.