Your Phone now has dual-SIM support for Windows Insiders

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What you need to know

  • Windows Insiders can now sync dual-SIM phones to the Your Phone app.
  • Users can send and receive messages through both SIMS using Your Phone.
  • Your Phone has received several new features over the last month.

Microsoft's Your Phone app now supports dual-SIM phones for Windows Insiders. Users can both send and receive messages through the Your Phone app for both SIMs on their device.

Analy Otero Diaz, a Senior Program Manager Lead at Microsoft, tweeted out the news about the new feature.

Your Phone has seen an increase in both features and priority by Microsoft recently. Earlier this week, Windows Insiders received support for in-line responses for Your Phone. Earlier this month, Your Phone gained the ability to manage Android notifications. Microsoft is also looking to hire more than 20 engineers to the Your Phone team.

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