> "Developers don't have the time and money or motivation to change their Apps for Windows 11."
In the same way that they don't have the time/money to build a separate app for Windows.
Microsoft have seen that they're losing market share to mobile devices. Companies no longer develop for Windows, just for Apple and Android. Apple is a closed shop, but by supporting Android apps they can (potentially) claw back some of the market share. Handily android apps are already built to support arbitrary screen sizes too, Apple not so much.
It may also elevate Google's status in the mobile device market, which would be to the detriment of Apple. "My enemy's enemy is my friend"
I can see the logic. It's deeply flawed, but I can see it.