Windows 10 will allow to use applications running on Android-smartphone

Windows 10 Android
Written by Hassan Abbas

Users will be able to fully control the Android device through a computer using the screen mirroring feature. Yesterday, October 2, Microsoft, as part of a special presentation in New York, introduced the new Surface Pro 6, Surface Laptop 2 and Surface Studio 2 computers.

Additionally, new Windows update functions were announced on 10 October 2018 Update, which will soon be available for installation. In particular, an even greater integration between Android and Windows 10. One of the announced innovations for the Your Phone service (Your Phone) will allow you to mirror applications from the screen of an Android device on a PC.

Windows 10 Android

At the initial stage, the “Your Phone” application offers Windows 10 October 2018 Update users such features as sending SMS messages and viewing photos from an Android device on a computer. For iPhone, the only transmission of web pages is announced so far to continue browsing in the Microsoft Edge browser. Full-featured support for working with Android applications through mirroring will be added in the future. Whether owners of smartphones Apple will receive additional features for the application “Your phone” – is still unknown.

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Recall that in Windows 10 October 2018 Update also appeared built-in machine learning for updates, preview search results, zoom in without resizing the system, To-Do notes service, updated Skype and Microsoft Edge, SwiftKey keyboard, cloud clipboard, 157 new Emoji emoticons from Unicode 11 and general security improvements, including support for web authentication. The edition of Treshboksa is already preparing a review of the update and will release it in the coming days.

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Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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