Dell has seemingly made the Mobile Connect Windows 10 app available to all PC owners. When app originally hit the store, specific Dell PCs were required since they had a special driver that allowed everything to work. Now the PC vendor has made it so any compatible Windows 10 installation can run the app without issues.
It was possible to run the app — which allows you to mirror your phone, take calls, viewing notifications, and more — on a number of PCs but the experience was a hit or miss. Now anyone can enjoy the excellent feature set.
All you need is a Windows 10 PC with Bluetooth and a smartphone running Windows 10 Mobile, iOS or Android and you're good to go. We've already tested the app out and it seems to work just fine on a few different devices so give it a try for free today by downloading it from the Microsoft Store.
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