Wine is a popular software which enables you to run Windows apps on Linux and other Unix-like operating systems. In the latest release (3.0) by Wine, it will allow you to do exactly the same on Android smartphones.
In 2016, CodeWeavers (developers of the Wine App) had released the tech preview of crossOver Android to the select users. In January 2017, Wine 2.0 was released With improved Mac compatibility and Microsoft Office support.
Wine is a free and open-source compatibility layer that allows computer programs developed for Microsoft Windows to run on Unix-like operating systems.
Wine 3.0 is the first version whereby you will be able to install as an app on an Android device. In order to install Wine, users need to get it from here. It also brings about some 6,000 changes, according to the development team.