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  • Will Microsoft Take Android's future out of Google's hands?

    Microsoft just announced its partnership with Cyanogen to bring windows apps on android phones. With this announcement people across the globe starting talking that The Microsoft took Android's future from Google. And has been a trending topic across the globe.

    CyanogenMod is a startup and is an open-source operating system for smartphones and tablet computers, based on the official releases of Android mobile platform by Google.

    Here is what the companies say about the issues, “Under the partnership, Cyanogen will integrate and distribute Microsoft’s consumer apps and services across core categories, including productivity, messaging, utilities, and cloud-based services. As part of this collaboration, Microsoft will create native integrations on Cyanogen OS, enabling a powerful new class of experiences".

    In another blog the company shares "nightlies will not see a sudden influx of Microsoft applications" and "CyanogenMod has historically stayed neutral on your services of choice, whether you use Google, Amazon or Fdroid; we leave that decision to you and we have no intention of changing that".

    Well it seem that Microsoft will not be taking Android's future out of Google's hands, but may help Google in many ways. Google has been the choice for people across the globe. It will be very hard to cover up the gap created by it.

    Taking an example there many email client today, but most of the love to use the gmail. Cyanogen also tells that its existing users won't see any influx in Microsoft apps and services. There are over 750 millions standard Android users, and its all depend upon the people what they want on their device. Only time can tell what so ever may be the fate but will be very interesting to see how things comes up.

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