We all know that there are several solutions to bring Android device or smartphone notifications to the display of desktops and notebooks. Still, Microsoft wants to make it an essential part of Windows 10.
Last Thursday, 31st March 2016, the tech giant Microsoft revealed that they want to display all the notifications about missed calls, messages, and other content of your Android device directly on its operating system, Windows 10.
Now Windows 10 Will Display Notifications Of Android Devices
According to the information, the Action Center will receive new notifications, ‘toast’, which will function as a widget. This means that notifications can be expanded into the Action Center.
Journalist Tom Warren posted an image on his personal Twitter, which showed a little how notifications would work in the Action Center in Windows 10; in this case, we can see the weather application, and this improvement will interact with the application without opening itself.
Notifications of your smartphone, on your desktop
Changes coming for Windows 10 will be the possibility of having all notifications of your Android device or smartphone directly on the desktop through Cortana, Microsoft’s voice assistant, as The Verge reported.
As we mentioned, it will show notifications about missed calls, text messages, and other content the user receives on their Windows 10 Mobile and Android devices. It would be more interesting to see if you can answer calls as is currently done with iOS and Mac OSX in the future.
So far, the tech giant Microsoft hasn’t confirmed any date for the launch of this innovation, limited to stating that it should be present in a “future version” of its software.
The action is likely to appear in the “Birthday Update” which was expected between June and September this year.