Previously we have seen Android apps running on Windows systems via the Bluestacks
App Player. That solution created an environment on your computer that allowed you to run Android apps through an emulation layer. Now there’s a new solution called WindowsAndroid
which runs a port of Android natively on the Windows kernel (Windows Vista or newer) instead of Linux.
appears to be a very promising project which could achieve mass-appeal, especially to the wave of Windows 8 touchscreen ultrabook buyers predicted
to come in summer.