Microsoft's New App Will Connect Your Android Phone To Your PC
Microsoft's New App Will Connect Your Android Phone To Your PC

Microsoft just launched a new app known as ‘Your Phone’. The new app was announced at the annual Build conference and it aims to be ‘a new way to connect your phone to your pc’. Microsoft claims that the app will help users to mirror their phone on Windows 10 desktops.

Microsoft’s New App Will Connect Your Android Phone To Your PC

Undoubtedly, smartphones have now dominated desktops to become the primary point of communication for a lot of people. Thanks to the growing number of instant messaging apps, it gives users an effortless and new way to connect with friends and relatives.

If we look around, we will find that there’s a lot happening around our phone. Actually, it’s really difficult to keep track of all the activities that are happening on our smartphones while using desktop computers or laptops.

Well, to sort out all these issues, the software giant, Microsoft, launched a new app known as ‘Your Phone’. The new app was announced at the annual Build conference and it aims to be ‘a new way to connect your phone to your pc’

My Phone - Microsoft's New App Will Connect Your Android Phone To Your PC

There is very limited information available regarding the ‘Your Phone’ app. However, Microsoft claims that the app will help users to mirror their phone on Windows 10 desktops.

So, the app is designed to provide a mirror of a phone straight to a desktop PC, and it will also let Windows 10 users access SMS, Photos, notifications directly from their computer or laptop.

However, to mirror Android phone to Windows 10 computer, the new app will need Edge Browser which powers the existing Continue to PC feature. Microsoft is expected to throw more lights on Your Phone app very soon.

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Amarnath Chakraborty is the content writer at Tech Viral. He writes/edits about how-to tips, tutorials especially on Social Networks, Android, iPhone, Computer, Internet etc.