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When it comes to a debate between Android and Windows Phone platform, there are quite a lot of differences. And its much like a gang rival as iPhone users will say iOS is the best, while Android and Windows Phone users have a similar take on the subject. But the entire concept becomes more exciting, when you conjoin the essence of a particular hardware with another stern software.
Finnish smartphone maker Nokia which is particularly known for its Windows Phone devices is now speculated to do something similar to that. Moreover, the online reports suggest that Microsoft might soon allow Android apps in the Windows Phone store. But it is still not a rock solid statement, but just a rumor.
The Verge, citing its anonymous source, says that the company is seriously considering allowing Android apps to run on both Windows and Windows Phone platforms. If the words coming out of the source does materialize soon, then most probably Nokia Normandy could be subjected to these apps. The Verge also says that the debate regarding whether Microsoft should allow the Android Apps into Windows phone and Windows store is still at a boiling point.
Some stern Windows Phone followers suggest that Microsoft shouldn't allow, while chipmaker Intel has been trying to influence Microsoft to provide Android apps in its Windows Store.
However, if the software giant actually does make a point to bring the Android app into Windows Phone and Windows Store soon, then obviously the company might have a few more Android app supporting devices on trials as well.
Until, the discussion reaches its bottom-line, nothing more can be said. Thus waiting could be the best and the only option.
We would also like to know your opinion on whether Microsoft should allow Android Apps in Windows Phone and Windows Store or not? You can drop the same in the comment box below.