It is out of the question on whether or not Windows 10 users would want to get Android apps. However, there is currently no support for Android apps in the Windows platform.
In fact, Microsoft Windows Server GM Erin Chapple stated that Windows doesn’t support apps from Android OS because they are not focused on that yet. Moreover, Microsoft has been working with different partners, according to another company spokesperson.
This means that the company may or may not be working on any sort of support for this development. Likewise, it is not saying that there are no possibilities in the near future.
Nevertheless, there is an alternative procedure in which you can get the Google Play Store for Windows 7, 8, and 10. This has been made possible via the Raccoon Web client. Here are simple steps that you can get the Play Store for PC.
- Download the Raccoon app onto your computer, but you need to have the latest Java Runtime version in order to run Raccoon.
- You can get the file in .exe and .jar file formats, which you need to click the setup file before the installation.
- The Raccoon window will open up while showing the login credentials in the “Archive Setup” tab.
- Enter the Username/Password as required.
- Use the “Google Services Framework Identifier” or GSF ID if you own one. But, a temporary ID will be used by Raccoon if you can’t find the GSF ID.
- Use a valid GSF ID that can be verified because Google prohibits the use of unknown device to utilize the Play Store App.
When you are not able to identify the GSF ID, you can use Droidentify app which provides full specs as well. Then, you will be able to use the search box where you can type the name of the Android app that you want to download and install for your Windows 10 PC.