Android Apps soon run on iPhone & Windows

Google Kit will soon be available as Google announced the new cross-device software development kit (SDK). According to the company, the new kit includes tools to allow Android apps to run on smartphones, tablets, TVs, and other operating systems.

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Google said this cross-device kit support multi-device connectivity using Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and ultra-white bands. Android users can transfer files between Chrome OS and other Android devices using the Near By Share feature of the kit. The kit is currently available in developer preview and can only work on Android phones.

But in the future, Google will provide Kit support for other operating systems, including iOS and Windows. At this time, this feature is in the early stages, so it is not possible to run Android devices on iOS or other operating systems.

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