Microsoft has released a software update for Android that will make it easier for Android devices to run Windows 10 mobile software, a move that Microsoft says could improve battery life for Android handsets.
The update is part of the Windows 10 upgrade and will be rolled out over the next several days to some customers.
Microsoft says that if you have an Android phone, Windows 10 can be installed on it.
The new update also adds a number of new features to the Windows desktop app.
Users will now be able to use the new Cortana voice assistant to control the Windows phone.
It also includes a new Cortana Tile, a tile for the Windows desktops to indicate that you are connected to the internet.
Microsoft says that Windows 10 will be available on new Android phones from November 28.
The company also says that it is rolling out Windows 10 to phones running Android 7.1, which is the most recent version of the operating system available to consumers.
That means the Windows app for Android will also be available.
The software update was announced in February by Microsoft and is available now in the Windows Store for $2.99 per month.
Microsoft’s software giant is now the only company to offer Windows 10 on phones.
Apple, Google, Samsung and the Google-owned HTC have all made similar Windows 10 updates, but only Microsoft has been pushing the software to Android devices.