Windows 11 store will support third-party app stores

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Microsoft to bring some changes to its app store policies. Now, it will allow third-party app stores like the Amazon AppStore and Epic Store to integrate with the Windows 11 store.

Additionally, the marketplace will get a new fresh look which will be designed so as to improve overall app experiences

Microsoft in their blog post announced that in upcoming months, the apps available on the Amazon AppStore and Epic Store will be brought to the Microsoft store. Microsoft further anticipates welcoming other app stores.

Microsoft has confirmed that the Microsoft store will support the third-party app store before Windows 11’s October 5 rollout.

Possibly an Epic account or Amazon account will be required to download its apps and games.

For instance, if you wish to download any android app from Amazon Store, you need to first download the Amazon Store application and then log in with the credentials of Amazon. Windows 11 apps integration powered by Windows Subsystem for Android and maintained by Windows Updates and Microsoft Store.

Microsoft with the new business model of Windows11 wants to encourage innovation and ensure that the business terms are fair.

Microsoft store will now allow installing non-Microsoft engine browsers like Opera and Yandex browser that can be an alternative to edge browser. Also, several high-quality PWA or Progressive Web Apps like Reddit, TikTok, Tumblr will be available in the Microsoft Store on Windows.

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