Google Might Bring their Play Store to Windows 10: Rumor

The new era of collaboration has been started. Recently, the news of Asus Bundling deal of Microsoft productivity apps on Android smartphones was just one of the prime examples.

Now, the new rumor suggests that Google Play can see itself in the Microsoft 10 Mobile editions. The rumor went live after Microsoft released the duo smartphones that run Windows 10 mobile.

The collaboration can bring popular Google Apps such as YouTube, Hangouts, Google Play Music, Google Voice to the rivals operating system Microsoft Windows 10. To make things interesting, a Google spokesperson is scheduled to make his/her appearance in the Oct. 6.

ImageSource: utapeoplespost

So from where the rumor began? The news was first published at and was first picked by a Redditor. The site is not reliable and there are many questions that need to be answered. Until then, we will ride the rumor boat and will urge the viewers to take the news with a grain of salt.

Keeping the cup of salt aside, there are still changes of their collaboration. Recently, Microsoft has been active in collaborating with partners and settling old scores of patents. The more amazing aspect of the collaboration is that both the parties are benefited and the end result is a better experience for the users.

Google and Microsoft, recently dropped 20 patent lawsuits against each other, ending the age-old war between the two giants.

The recent change is more than welcome from the community as well as the industry, but there are many questions that need to be answered before everything gets finalized. The 6th Oct. event can be the answer to the rumor.

Google, on the other hand, has denied the fact that Windows 10 is expanding fast on the desktop arena. As of now, it is tricky to know the truth, we only have to wait and watch.