Microsoft has today announced that it is bringing its rich set of family safety tools to Android and iOS, extending support beyond Windows 10 and Xbox. Microsoft's Family Safety features have been part of Windows 10 and Xbox for a while, and are managed using Microsoft's online family safety website. Now that these tools are coming to iOS and Android, users will be able to manage family...
Microsoft may not be actively developing smartphones or phone OS software, but that doesn't mean it's not going full speed ahead on mobile, with a variety of apps and services for Apple's iOS and Google Android, as well as various other mobile-related projects. This is page is Windows Central's go-to destination for all things Microsoft mobile.
When Microsoft decided to kill Windows Phone in favor of adopting Android and iOS as first class citizens for its mobile experiences, many Windows fans were quick to assume that this plan would backfire and see Microsoft fall out of the mobile space altogether. But in 2019, that couldn't be further from the truth.
Microsoft is launching new dark modes for Office on Android and iOS, finally joining other Microsoft apps like Edge, Skype and more on non-Windows platforms. Microsoft is all-in on dark mode, and it's great to see.