The relationship between Google and Microsoft is somewhat tumultuous, made more so during Apple’s iPhone event where the Cupertino company managed to bring Microsoft onto stage in a collaboration, seemingly snubbing Google in the process. In the past we have also seen how Google has made it difficult for Windows Phone to run some of their apps.
However could all of that be changing soon? According to a post on Reddit which cites an Arabic website, it has been suggested that Google could be prepping some of their apps for Windows 10. There was no specific mention to Windows 10 Mobile, but given that one can always surf on over to Hangouts, YouTube, Drive, Docs, and etc. via the browser, this has led to speculation that these apps could be headed onto Windows 10 Mobile.
This sounds like good news if it were true, but what’s even better is that we might not have to wait too long to find out. The report goes on to add that their source has told them that Google could actually announce their Windows 10 Mobile apps tomorrow at Microsoft’s event. The Redmond company has officially announced an event for tomorrow.
The event is expected to be the platform in which Microsoft reveals new Lumia phones, a new Surface tablet, very possibly the Microsoft Band 2. Take it all with a grain of salt for now, but remember to check back with us tomorrow for all the official details.