"Project Astoria": Build great Windows apps with your Android™ app code

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    Michael

    AMAZING!

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    Hussam

    Great

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    ADITYA

    Awesome.......😃😃😃
    Excited about it......
    Just waiting for WINDOWS 10..... Come fast dear....

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    Adnan

    Love windows phone since no body loving it.

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    Toanbk

    I wonder if this make people not want to make native apps on windows anymore. Cause if you make apps on Android it runs on Windows just fine, but if you make apps on Windows it's not the same.

    I hoped it won't happen cause I loved some of the apps on WP like Mytube, It's rich, unique and swipe-base gesture.

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    Niner497860
    I love Windows phone 😊
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    Mak47

    Loved Windows phone For Music Experience in it But Now I will Everything in it Waiting for Windows 10 And Better Apps and Games experience in it pls Make it much better than other devises Running other OS

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    vihsalvatore

    Will Android apps have support for interactive notifications and status bar color API?

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    PeterM

    ToanBK has made a good point. It won't be easy to translate a native Windows 10 app into android/iOS without some kind of translating module.
    If that module doesn't exist, then developers are more than likely to code in android then move it into Win 10.

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    ShanadasC

    @PeterM:ToanBK and PeterM are right, but Microsoft is trying to bring more apps to their store rather than making more developers to code in Windows platform. Enterprise development will surely fall for native Windows development, without much efforts.

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    ShanadasC

    @Toanbk:ToanBK and PeterM are right, but Microsoft is trying to bring more apps to their store rather than making more developers to code in Windows platform. Enterprise development will surely fall for native Windows development, without much efforts.

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