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History suggests Microsoft’s plan to bring Android and iOS apps to Windows is doomed to fail

Will Microsoft’s gambit to bring Android and iOS apps to Windows help the company permanently close the mobile app gap with rival platforms? Or will it just doom Windows Phone to total irrelevancy? As Ars Technica’s Peter Bright writes, history suggests the latter scenario is the one more likely to play out. DON’T MISS: This is my favorite Android phone After all, recall that both IBM’s OS/2 and BlackBerry’s BlackBerry 10 both tried to attract more users by bringing aboard apps from Windows and Android, respectively. The results in both cases were not very encouraging as most users figured that if they wanted Windows programs or Android apps, they’d buy a Windows PC or an Android phone. Is there any hope for

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