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.
Do you want to be able to access your Android smartphone's SMS messages, photos, calls, notifications, and more, directly from your PC? Well, with the built-in Your Phone app on Windows 10, you can do just that. Microsoft's Your Phone app brings integration between Android and Windows, enabling users to share data between their phone and PC with ease. Here's how to set it up!
The Your Phone app has received a couple of slight UI tweaks for Windows Insiders in its latest update. The button to compose new messages now resembles its look in a lot of Android apps. The dark theme is also now slightly less dark than before.
An update rolled out recently that brings several new features to Your Phone users that have Galaxy S20 devices. You can now copy and paste across devices, send and receive RCS messages, and mirror your phone screen onto your PC.
For those with Windows 10 on ARM PCs like the Surface Pro X the popular Your Phone app has a broken feature: you can't make phone calls through your Android phone. Luckily, that's expected to be fixed sometime in April. Here's what you need to know.
Microsoft's Your Phone app allows you to sync several elements of your smartphone to your computer. In addition to syncing text messages, notifications, and photos, you can make phone calls through your PC using the Your Phone app. Here's how.
When you combine the foldable Samsung Galaxy Z Flip with Microsoft's Your Phone you get a crazy new work experience that's never been achieved before. Here's why I'm so smitten with both of these technologies and why it could matter for the forthcoming Microsoft Surface Duo.
Microsoft and Samsung partnered up to bring RCS messaging support to the Your Phone app on Windows 10. Right now, the feature is limited to select Galaxy phones and requires you to use the Samsung Messages app as your default SMS app.
While Your Phone's calling feature supposedly hit general availability last month, many users didn't see the feature right away. Now, the rollout seems to have hit more people as quite a few have noticed the new feature on their devices.
The Your Phone app for Insiders now allows you to use your PC's pen as an input device. The app supports pressure sensitivity to make your notes and drawings more precise. With this addition, Your Phone now supports keyboard, mouse, touch, and pen for input.
Your Phone for Windows 10 lets you synchronize your phone SMS, calls, notifications, and more directly to your PC, allowing you to interact with your phone without pulling it out of your pocket. Let's go hands-on to showcase everything Your Phone has to offer.
Insiders with Dual SIM phones can now use the Your Phone app easily with both SIMs in their devices. This is the second new feature of late, as inline replies in the notification area of the app came last week.
Microsoft's Your Phone app now supports responding to notifications within the app's notification page for Insiders. Previously, the app only allowed you to view notifications from this page or reply in toasts.