Last year, Microsoft announced plans to create tools that will enable developers to easily migrate Android applications to the Windows 10 Mobile platform. It seems, however, that nothing will come of it, because after a long silence the American corporation has just confirmed that it resigned from the program called Project Astoria.
Recent reports on market share of individual operating systems do not look the best, as in the case of Windows Phone, this value dropped to just 2 percent. In this way, Microsoft’s work is slowly becoming a niche system and it can not be ruled out that it will disappear in the future. The situation could change the growth of the number of applications available, but for the time being it does not seem to happen.
Microsoft has announced that it will definitely give up Project Astoria, an idea aimed at allowing developers to move Android applications to Windows 10 Mobile. Interestingly, the concern is still working on the Islandwood Project, which deals with the same, but with regard to iOS.