On Event Build 2015 ago, Microsoft looks so ready to dominate the market of OS platform, especially the mobile one, with Windows 10. Windows 10 was created by Microsoft to snatch back platform market foremost mobile whether it’s a phone or tablet in their hands, which at this moment is dominated by Android and iOS platform. They have a new approaches for an application in the form of universal apps, wherein the developers just need to create applications with 1 code program which can be used for desktop, tablet or phone. Thereby, they won’t be busy making different application for every device. For instance, at this moment if you are a developer and you have made an application for a mobile device like the iPhone, then you are demanded to make the same application for OS X and specific design for iPad. In the Windows 10 world, Microsoft gives the easiness with their universal app idea so, the developers will need to make one app only, for three device segments: desktop, mobile and tablet.
Furthermore, Microsoft is also providing tools for developers who were working on applications for the Android platform to join the Windows Store by doing a simple porting, it’s also applied for iOS. This project is named Project Astoria and Project Islandwood Respectively, as exemplified by Microsoft in video of Project Astoria below:
Interesting! It’s an amazing approach from Microsoft. You can add some feature in Windows platform like a Live Tile by easy and change services which was the Google services to Microsoft services. If this approach works and developer want to do it, then there will be no annoying bug, Windows Store will be overwhelmed by applications which was absent. Is Google interested to do porting their Gmail application, maps, YouTube for Windows platform? Let see.