A week ago we posted on a hack to install the Google Play Store and Google Play Services in Microsoft’s Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA) for Windows 11.
That allows access to a much wider range of Android applications, vs the very small 50 app limited selection from the Amazon App Store.
That process was pretty convoluted, however, including requiring the use of a Linux environment on Windows. Now the same team has created a somewhat simplified process using GitHub Actions to customise the WSA.
If you’re on Windows 11 and would really like to run Android applications properly – instead of using the Amazon App Store – this is the way to go.