The arrival of Android apps to Windows 11 is excellent news, but not available to everyone at the moment. Nevertheless, WSATools comes in the moment Adequate, before the Android app stores have started rolling out to Microsoft’s new operating system, but when the Android subsystem for Windows 11 can already be downloaded and installed through the Microsoft Store. That is, the moment of tense waiting.
Since the arrival of the subsystem, already enough users have been able to install Android apps on Windows 11. However, it is not a simple process, it requires the use of the command line (an insurmountable barrier for many users) and, therefore, in practice we can consider that this system is out of reach for many. And that is precisely what WSATools comes to solve, an application with which to install an Android APK on Windows 11 is much easier.
The application, which as we have already said you can find in Microsoft Store, it is described as an easy to use APK installer, and seen its operation clearly complies with what it offers. And it is that once installed (and with the Android subsystem for Windows 11 also in the system, of course), you will only have to download the APK, double-click on it and, thanks to the integration of WSATools in the system, with a click on «Install» the process will be carried out.
Although some sites indicate otherwise, another advantage of WSATools is that it does not require the installation of ADB (Android Debug Bridge), a condition that is necessary with the other existing systems so far. Remember, of course, that the apps that depend on Google services may not work, since they are not in the Android subsystem nor are they installed automatically together with the apps.
And at this point, yes, it is very important to remember that you must be careful what you download and install on the PC. WSATools can be found in the official Microsoft store, which offers a fairly high level of guarantee, but when downloading the apps that you are going to install through this software, use only official repositories (including Google Play) and, Even in those cases, be careful, remember that unfortunately malware has a fairly active presence on Android.