Microsoft's new Android app experience in the "Your Phone" app is starting to trickle out to everyone today. Microsoft announced that the experience, which lets you open Android apps in their own windows, is rolling out, though everyone won't see it at once.
Good news for Microsoft fans who are considering the Surface Duo; Microsoft's own Your Phone app will be fully supported with all features, including the exclusive Samsung ones such as the Phone Screen feature. Surface Duo ships with "Link To Windows," the same version of Your Phone that also ships on Samsung's phones.
Microsoft has today announced that its Your Phone app will soon be getting a new apps feature that will let Samsung phone users run their Android apps in app windows on Windows 10. This is a step further from the Phone Screen feature, which would let you control your phone using your PC.
Yesterday, Microsoft unveiled a new feature for the Your Phone app on Windows 10 that brings your phones Android apps to your PC via streaming and places them in their own app windows as if they were native. It's a step up from the Phone Screen feature that was introduced last year, and much more integrated with the Windows experience.
A new firmware update to Surface Pro X refreshes the UEFI, SAM, and Wi-Fi driver, but it also seems to finally fix Your Phone. Up until today, making calls through Your Phone on Surface Pro X resulted in static, but it now seems fixed. Here is what you need to know.
Microsoft's Your Phone app on Windows 10 just gained another way to connect your smartphone and your PC. The ability to control your smartphone's audio from your PC is rolling out over the next few days.