Top Windows Mobile news of the week: Win32 support in Continuum, new Insider build, Android app emulation delayed

This week in Windows Mobile news we heard that Astoria is in limbo, a new Fast Ring update was released, and that Win32 app support in Continuum is a possibility.

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Project Astoria in limbo

Microsoft's project to bring Android apps to Windows Mobile is reportedly a good ways off. Insider reports say that we won't see Android apps anytime soon. Microsoft is not stating anything about timing for Astoria.

Source: ZDNet

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Windows Insiders Fast Ring gets build 10586.11

A new update that hit the Insiders Fast Ring brings the mobile version up to par with all other Windows 10 versions. This is obviously getting ready for the official release of WIndows Mobile to the masses.

Source: WinSuperSite

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Microsoft looking at Win32 support for Continuum

Win32 apps are not currently supported on Windows Mobile in Continuum. It's old school technology so that's no surprise, but there are thousands of existing apps in the world. Developers have expressed an interest in support for these apps in Continuum.

Microsoft has recently indicated on Twitter that it is something they are looking at.

Source: Windows Central