Microsoft recently announced that an iOS version for its Windows Bridge had entered its 1st public preview. 4 months have passed since then and Microsoft has now released it for the iOS in the form of an open source project. The tech company said that within just 24 hours of Windows 10 being made available to the public, around fourteen million users had upgraded to this brand new operation system.
Which Android or iOS apps are you most interested in seeing as universal Windows 10 apps? With the help of Windows Bridge, iOS developers may now start testing software which will allow them to convert their iOS apps which are built specifically for x86 & x64 processor architectures into a format which they will be able to run on both Windows 8.1 as well as Windows 10.
Microsoft has also reported how this new app exceeded their expectations as far as popularity is concerned even though it didn’t come as much of a surprise that it was a hit with both businesses as well as students. The changes have seen the performance & compatibility of Angle being upgraded with DX level 9.3 as per Gallo. What’s more, Project Centennial, which is slated for release next year, will allow developers to easily port current apps from Win32 to their new Windows Store equivalents.
The company has stressed that everything is still pretty much work-in-progress & some of the features which they have promised are not yet available to users or may still contain quite a few bugs.
You can get more information on the new tools offered by Microsoft by heading over to the Windows Developer website.