Microsoft is looking for ways to more closely integrate the Windows 10 PC and smartphone, and more importantly, the phone capabilities of these handheld mobile communication devices. Simply put, an app called "Your Phone" allows Microsoft to try to route calls from your smartphone directly to speakers connected to your Windows 10 desktop PC.
Microsoft does not have a prestigious, comprehensive smartphone platform. In other words, Windows OS makers are now heavily reliant on Google Android. Google Android is currently the dominant smartphone operating system. Incidentally, Microsoft is a dominant player in desktop computing. The Windows operating system, especially the Windows 10 OS, is steadily receiving.
The company is experimenting with some innovative technologies so that the Windows OS ecosystem can act as a virtual repository for smartphone activity. The most notable promising platform is the & # 39; Your Phone & # 39; app.
Microsoft's & # 39; Your Phone & # 39; application, which blurs the line between your Windows desktop PC and your smartphone
Microsoft has not released your Phone app yet. However, this application will be available with Windows Update on October 10, 2018 and may be updated shortly. This app can basically try to integrate smartphone support into the Windows 10 platform.
Your Phone app has not been fully developed yet, but it looks promising in the current version. This app allows current users to interact with messages and photos on their smartphone. Needless to say, this is very basic and common. Microsoft has a lot to add to the app. Interestingly, some early adopters of the Windows 10 update, which is part of the Windows Insider program, may soon start testing more features.
Microsoft outlined the exciting features of the Your Phone application that can appear in the next major update to Windows Phone 10. Industry experts believe that the final release of the final application can be delivered with the Spring 2019 update for end users.
Developers discovered a new system called Windows.CallingShellApp while looking closely at the application. In essence, the system tries to switch calls originating on a smartphone to speakers on a desktop or laptop running a Windows 10 OS. Interestingly, although this application can work primarily on desktops, there are indirect references to Microsoft's ambiguous folding devices through different strings of subsystems.
Microsoft adds native support for phone features in Windows 10
Facebook Messenger, Dell's Mobile Connect app, and even Microsoft's Skype offer a similar platform. However, Microsoft intends to integrate native support for these features directly into the core parts of the Windows 10 OS.
The company is likely to go far beyond the cocoon experience provided by other platforms. This is because your phone app is also known to support the app mirroring feature. You are likely to imitate or actually replicate your smartphone to desktops running the Windows 10 OS.
Your Phone app may be one of Microsoft's true attempts to provide a comprehensive connectivity and communications platform on a hardware-agnostic desktop. With App Mirroring, you can also keep your smartphone completely out of the way while using a PC running Windows 10 OS.