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Rumor: Google is reportedly bringing it’s app to Windows 10 Mobile

Google apps on Windows 10 Mobile

To remind you Microsoft is holding an Event tomorrow in which they will show bunch of devices including their new flagship Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL running Windows 10 Mobile.

Now a new report claims that Google is bringing their apps like YouTube, Hangouts, Google Voice and Google Play Music on the Windows 10 Store. And the new report even suggest that an Google’s spokesperson will reportedly take stage with Microsoft’s tomorrow event and show the Google apps running on Windows 10 Mobile.

However this is just a rumor, but having Google’s apps on Windows 10 Mobile would be an interesting thing. We have to wait and see if this rumor is correct or not, Tomorrow Microsoft is expected to provide more details on Windows 10 Mobile and their new ecosystem,

We will keep you up to date on tomorrow event so, Keep an eye on NPU !


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  • Troubleclick

    Cool 🙂

  • javid

    so long as they are first party apps and not microsoft authoring apps blessed by google…
    ditto wanting the youtube app…

  • jim

    FO Scroogle.
    Bing Search

  • DH Dog

    Good thing for Google dependent users! For me it won’t make a difference.

    • Mayank Parmar

      Well I just want YouTube app, nothing else

      • DH Dog

        I can’t live without TubeCast. I use the DLNA cast feature pretty often.
        I’m pretty sure official YT app won’t have something like this.

        • Kamal

          But it may be a big win for Windows 10 as a platform if Google really starts caring about it, which it should now.

          • DH Dog

            That’s for sure! It may be some deal between MS and Google.
            “we make office for android, you make your stuff on W10”

      • jim

        OK for Youtube. Nothing else

    • Adithya Raman

      This is not for current users. This is to lure past and prospective users who complain about the app gap.