Google has introduced a new way to build Android apps in Windows 10, as the company prepares to launch a new version of its platform.
The company will start by making it easier for developers to use Android in Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.3.
It also plans to make it easier to use Windows Store apps in a new “universal” way that will allow developers to build apps in any language they like.
Kuta Software is a cross-platform Java-based toolkit for Android apps, which lets developers target Windows, Mac, iOS, or Windows Phone.
It will be launched later this month as part of Google’s Windows 10 developer preview, which is currently being rolled out to developers.
Microsoft is one of the first developers to embrace the Windows Store in its operating system.
Its Windows Phone app is now available on the App Store and on the Google Play Store.
Microsoft’s goal is to make Windows 10 easier to install and use for developers by offering a new universal method of building apps for both Windows and Android.
In Windows 10 Insider Preview , Microsoft said it will be releasing a preview of a new Universal Windows App SDK to developers soon.
The new SDK will help them create apps for any device, with a range of devices.
Kutsa Software has been around since 2013, when it was released as part a collaboration between the Kuta and Kutsa team.
Kutsas core technology includes a set of tools to simplify the development of apps for Android and iOS.
Its main components are a Java-language framework called Kotlin and a set and collection of tools for working with Java classes and methods.
The new SDK is part of a larger effort by Microsoft to integrate its Windows and mobile OS offerings.
It aims to make them easier to deploy on devices, build better apps for developers and allow for cross-device interaction.
Microsoft has already rolled out a few tools to make development easier for Android developers.
It has added support for Android devices running Microsoft’s Universal Windows Platform (UWP) and added a native Android emulator to the developer tools for developers.